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Full text of "Virginia pension abstracts of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Indian wars"

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C3ENEALOGY COLLECTION 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRA 



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VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS OF THE 
REVOLUTIONARY VifAR: WAR OF 1812 AND 
INDIAN WARS 



VOLULIE # 34. 



LUCY KiiTE McGHEE 

BOX 6183 Apex Station 

WASHINGTON 4, D.C. 20004 



CORRESPONDENCE INVITED CONCERNING ANY FAJ/IILY RECORDS OF 
ANY STATE. 



VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS OP THE 



RE V OLUT I ON i Jl Y WiiR ; WAR OF 1812 AND 
INDIAN WARS 



VOLUME #54, 



LUCY KATE McGHEE, 

BOX 6183 Apex station 

WASHINGTON 4, D.C. 20004 



CORRESPONDENCE INVITED CONCERNING ANY FAMILY RECORDS OF 
ANY STATE. 



1355780 



INDEX TO VOLUr.lE VOLUI.IE # 
Va Pension Abstracts: 

ARI^IETT, ARCHIBALD OR 

ARCHABALD D. & 
Frances L 
SO 8933 SC 4839 p 2 

ARWETT, DAVID SI4924 p 1 

BEVINS, JOHN NAV ; INVALID 
FILE NO 117 

BHTLER, JOHN & CATHARINE p3 
SO 33275 SC 23929 
WO 40424 WC 30946 

Connell, Francis R2223 p 5 

COVEY, SAI/IUEL S3 190 p 4 

y Dacus, Nathaniel S 21153 
> page 6 

V DrCKERSO^^, BARTIETT & SALIY 
:; bO 12822 SC 8199 p 8 

;__ Dlckerson or Dickenson, 
Cadwaller Lewis 90 
^ and ReDecca M WO 7822 
^ V/C 3363 p 90 

V. 

^. Dickinson, •t'drtrund 3c Ivlary 
SO 5619 SC 6741 p 88 

tj Dickerson, Hezekiah & Frances 
^ McCeoro-e SO 16810 

■^ ard SC 1 ^804 pare 7 

<U 

w Dickenson, Isaac & Nancy 
"^ pa e 89 WO && 9769 



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WC 4935 p 89 

ELIMORE JOHN & ELIZABETH A 
WO 14597 WC 9444 p 10 

FLORA OR FLOROW, James 
SO 9516 Marv SC 16608 V027868 
WC 17449 p 12 

Flora, Aijijah R3616 p 1'^ 
R3616 

Flowers, Joel & Elizabeth 
WO 11300 WC 6559 p 12 



Freeman, J iin cc Rebecca 
W9437 p 129-to 131 

GARDEN, ALEXAJDER bl warrant 
No 1825 p 14 

GEORGE, JESSE S 4295 
pap^e 16 

GUNNELL,, GEOR E W & E'^^'ALIIME 
WO 16288 WC 123 64 p 17 

Gunnel!, Hugh W & Elizabeth 1 
WO 13353 WC 9064 

Gunnel!, John S 40062 p 19 

Gunnell, John Bounty ^a-^d 
agrrant 12150 p 20 

Gunnell, John Wr 28088 
page 100 

Gunnell, or Gunnel & Martha 
W1172 pan:e 22 

Gunnels, VJm bounty land 
warrant No 12149 p 2^ 

Gunnell, Wi>i and Elizabeth 
WO 4293 WC 2243 p 102 

Haislip or Kaslip, Robert 
and Mary T/0 37795 WC 28518 
pac-e 24 

HANSON, WM & ?"ARGARET 23 
WO 28936 WC 15917 

Hanson, John p 103 
bounty land v;arrant 13242 

HART AARON p 104 & Polly 
WO 42839 WC 33479 

Harston, Robert 109 

Herring, James & Judy 25 
W 11276 

HILL, JOT^^N & SARAH H 
p 108 WO 23538 WC 27214 

Hi' 1, John- or J ■ n A 
WO 24455 SC 20615 d 108 



IITDEX TO VOLUIE # 34 



VIRGINIA PENSION A^.S^RACTS : 



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HILL, JOHN AND MARY ANi: 107 
WO 36079 

Hill, Jo- n 30 23702 
and Elizabeth page 109 

E^iTt, Wrn S 15473 p 115 

Hill, Benjamin and Mary S 
W27879 pa.n:e 110 

HURT, \'i/EST OR HTJRTT 
3 38067 pa.o-e 113 

JAGKBN, WTLT.TAM W7877 

and Nlcey pa-e 1"'7 to 119 

Jackson, Wrr S4431 n 125-124 

Jackson, Vm S3 807 9 
pa£.,e 121, to 122 

Jackson, Wm SI 67 6 
page 120 

Jackson, Wm S38079 page 121 

LEWIS, THO'AS & FAl^Jv 
W 2508 p 83 

McGeorge, William S38201 
page 42 

illDDLETON, BASIL Sc Ivi/iRY 
W18522 pare 43 

f'lDDLETON, JACOB & r.ARY 
l;ounty land warrant 54550 p 45 

MIDDT^ETOM, JOHN S2847 p 47 

KIDDLETON, JOHN & E:"_E:A1:'0R 
OR MIDETON W7464 p 46 

M00NE"% RTGFARD W3844; S: 
T''il^y p 49 

FOONEY, ^vlARTlN S 38234 p 48 



NAPIER, V/Li ? S 15944 
page 57 

NAPIER OR NAP PER, John & 
Spicey WO 1589 V/C 1104 
pa;'7e 54 

Napier, Micajah or 

Mc eager & Rhoda p 55-56 

SO 19314 SO 15761 

NAPIER OR NAP-ER ISAAC 
SO 12300 SC 15455 & 
El zabeth page 53 

NOLAND, MATTHEW R7684 p 58 

Nolan or No"! en, Szekiel 
S 9443 na - e 60 

Nowlen, James or K owl in 
and Irsula R773o p 61 

Worfleet John P 62 
SO 4605 SC 21324 

PATTERSON, ROBERT 125 S31903 

Payton, Yelverton S 3129' 
page 127 

SHACKLEFORD, W: &• FRAi-iCES 
70-SO 9923 SC 5588 

SHACKELFORD J' t"}- &: ANN 
WO 2689 p 65 

SHACKELFORD, SEAMCUR & 
NANCY WC 4907 p 68 

Shackelford, '.Tarner &■ Lydia 
p 69 WO 30933 WC 28742 

SHEPPARD JOSE H S 47833 
pa ge 71 

Snow, John n 72 S3 83 91 
and Mary 



SNOW, RICHARD S 14540 p 73 



VOLIINIE #34 Index 

VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS 

SPIN1\TER, RICHARD S 6140 p 74-75 

STRANGE, DAVID & ELIZiiBETH 
W 6163 p 76 

STRATTON, ISAAC S 38396 
pa -e 134 

TAYLOR, JOHN AND POLLY OR FARY 
OLD Vl/AR XMIKIXB WIDOW 6234 p 132, & 
D 132 & 133 

TAYLOR, JOHN & iUR':^ SO 28314 
SC 20038 i^afe 77 

WAUGH, Alexander & Polly SO 16938 
SC 10940 WO 19683 & 11726 pahe 91 

Waugh, Gowry SC 23420 p 92 

Waugh, Jaines SO 30774 p 93 

V/augh, Roderick & Edltha Ann 
WO 17051 WC 20342 p 94 

WADE, David & Sarah p 6 
R 10986 

YANCEY AMBROSE S 46059 p 80 

YANCEY, A'^STTN R 11921 
page 81 



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Yancey, Layton W 7380 & 

Fanny or Frances p 82 



End of Index to 
Pension A stracts 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP DAVID AM^^ETT S 14924 PAGE 1— 

Declaration was uade in Barren county Kentuol^y September 18, 
1832 by David Arnett, who applied under the Act of June 7, 1832 
and made no reference tc wife or children. 

The data which follow are found in pension claim S14924 
based upon service of said David Arnett m the Revolutionar" war. 
David Arnett was BORN June 18 1752 in Louisa County Virginia, 
and while a resident of Louisa Co Va, he enlisted and ser^-ed six 
tours of one month each as apl atte in the Va troops, given as 
follows in 1776 in Ca ,^t Mosby's company in the vicinity of v/illlp- 
theg in oa pt Liinor's company, subsequently, captains not nair^ed, 
with the troops under General Wayne, and under Marquis LaPa^rette, 
and v/as discharged from his last tour at Mobbin's Hill, just 
before the surrender of Cornwallis. 

In order to obtain date of the last pa^.nent of pension, name 
of person paid, and, possibly, the date of deatho of this pensiono, 
you should address the Comptroller General, General Accountin 
Office, Records Division, Washington D C and cite the follov/ing: 
"David Arnett, Certificate No 4737, issued Jan 28, 1833 
rate Jf|)20 per annum, commenced ;.arch 4, 1831, Act of June 7 1832 
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WAR OP 1812 P^ge 2— - 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP ARCPIIBALD ARNETT OR ARCHIBALD D= ARNETT 

AND PRAl-JGES L. ARi-IETT 
.-•. . ■ SO B933 SC 4839 V/O 14409 irc 8844 

Bounty land warrants 57470 for 40 acres in 1350 
And No 1247 for 120 acres in } _ 1355, enlisted i.Iarch 30 1814 
and discharsed July 6, 1314. His residente 1851, 1371 v/as Lcui.- 
Louisa Co Va, and the widow resided 1878 in Louisa ^ Louisa co >/• 
her rnaidan name was Prances L Trice, they married June 5 1823 
in Louisa <Zo Va, and he died Dec 12 1872 in said county, and sht, 
died about 1397 . 

CERTIFIED COPY OP CARRIAGE RECORD IS PILED BY TBZ OLERK 
OP LOUISA COUNTY VA showing Archibald Arnett and Prances 
Trice wer© marr ed June 1828 -5th day 

DECLARATION liADE IN LOUISA CO VA Dec 2, 1851 

by Archibald D. Arnett age 58 in said county states he was a 

issuing sergeant in coijipany of Ca ;t Nicholas lo Poindexter 

in the 40th attached to 38th reglembt re under Col Preeman in 

the war of 1812, that he was Drafted at Louisa Co Co^irt House 

Va about 29 March 1814, for 3 months on continennal" service 

for 3 months and 8 days« and discharged at Craney Island Va 

about July 7 1814. He mal'.es this declaration to obtain bount 

land to which he may be entitled under Act jra'nting bounty land 

ADplied "nder Act of Se^.t 23 1850 

Declaration was made in Louisa Go Va 1878 AiTril 4 

by Prances L. Arnett age 67, of said county - widow of Archibald 

Arnett deceased who served under Gapt Nicholas Poindexter. 
That she married him in Louisa Co Va June 5 1828 by Vvm_N Hiter ?■ 
a minister, that her- name before marriage was Prances h Trice. 
That she still remains his vi/idow. 



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V/AR OF 1812 Page -3- 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHN BUTLER MD CATHARINE BUTLER 

SO 33275 SC 23929 VVO 40424 and WC 30946 

Bounty land warrant 49782 for 40 acres in 1850 and 

6734 for 120 acres in 1855. He served as private under Oapt 

Dames' in the Virginia militia, enlisted Aug 23 1814 and 

discharged Se,jt 20 1814. 

He resided 1851 and 1855 in Fairfax Co Va and 1878 
in Harndon Va said county, and the widow resided there 1880 
and her maiden name was Catharine Taylor, and they married 
April 7 1815 in Fairfax Co Va and he died Jvme 6 1830 in 
sadd county. 

Declaration was made by John Butler May 14 1878 
age 88 in Fairfax Co Va stating he was a private under Nicho 
Darnes in the Va militia states he was drafted in Fairfax 
Go Va for duration of the war. for 29 days. 
That since his discharge has resided in Fairfax Va all his li 

DECLARATION made by Catharine Butler in Fairfax Co Va 
stating she is the widow of John Butler tnat she married 
John Butler in Fairfax Go Va April 7 1815 by John Ghilds 
a Methodist :Preacher, that her name before mari4age was 
Catharine Taylor, t at her husband died 6th June 1830. 

Declaration for bounty land claim in Fairfax Go Va by 
John Butler age 60 in 1851 when he applied 

When he made declaration 1855 in Fairfax Co Va March 
19 he was age 64 a resident of said county, stating he 
was a private under Nicholas Durne or Darne in the 60th 
Va militia commanded by Col Grogre Miner 



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VIRGINIA MD Page -4- 

NEW YORK SERVICE OP SAIvIUEL COVEY S 3190 

DECLARATION was made 1832 September in JEPPi-iRSON COUi^Ji 

TEIWESSEE by Samuel Covey a^e 71, who applied under the ac"; 

of June 1 , 1832. 

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He stated he v/as BORN in New York, /iutchess county, where 

he was raised until he was age 16 and under the lav;s of said 

state he was subject to militia duty, and being in the 

immediate neighborhood of a landing of the British forces, h'. 

was constituted what was then caled a ''minute man" subect 

to be caled at any time, and bount to obey such call, he was 

first marched under Capt Comfort Suddonton or Luddont&n. in f- 

regiment of Col Henry Luddonton, and marched to Peakskill 

N Y and was marched under Capt Joel Meed 50- or 60 miles 
west of the North river in pursuit of the hostile Indians. 
After being thus for 4 years engaged in service in his 
native state he removed to Virginia, Vi/ashington County, v/here 
shortly after his arriaval h he engaged as a substitute for 
ROBERT CAMFBELi., v/ho was drafted for six months under Gapt 
Wm Edmundson, and Col & Viftn Campbell, and marched on the 
V/atauga river and crossed the yellow mountain near the head 
of said river, crossed broad river and went to Kings ivlovmtai. 
and was engaged in the Bsfctle fought at that place . T .at he 
was partially acquainted with Col Campbell, Major Shelby. 
On his return he volunteered and went under Capt Patrick 
Campbell and Col Archibald Campbell in pursuit of the Cheroke 
Indians, that they travelled dov;n the Holston and French 
Broad rivers until they caine to said nation. 

Two witness in Jefferson Co Tenn are Humphrey Mouni 
and Eliphalet Kelly state they are acquainted with Samuel 
Covey. 

In his declaration made 1833 June 22 in Jefferson Co 
Tenn, he stated he WAS BOmi IN DUTCHESS CO NEW YORIC 1761. 



VIRGINIA SERVICL OF PRMCIS CONNELL R 2225 Page -5 

The following is a statement from the Corrwiissioner of Pensions 

dated January 2 2 1855, that the above is a true copy f rom t he 

original, which has been returned to Hon J i.icQueen of South 

Carolina, and it foi^lows: 

WlLiulAi.. CONNEL^ WAS BORl'^ 29 April 1759. Mary Connoll was BORK 

21 February 1761. Frank Pace Connell v/as BORN 13 October 1762 

Elizabeth Connell was BOmi 1st November 1764. Robert Connell 

was born 20 August 1766. John Connell was BORN Dec 1,1768 

Waller Connell was BORN 3 July 1771, Lueresy Connell was BORN 

June 5, 1773. James Connell was B ORN 18 September 1775, 

Stephen Conaell was BORN 11 December 1777. Sarah Connell was 

BORN 11 January 1780. Llillah Connell was Ba©n 22 January 1782. 

signed L P Waldo , Commissioner of 
Pensions 

DECLARATION IviADE in Lancaster District, So'Ath Carolina 29 

October 1838 by Francis Connell a resident of South Carolina 

District of Lancaster, age 76^, who applied under Act of June 7 

1832. States he v/as drafted in Lunenburg county, 

STATE OP VIRGINIA 
about 12 months before peace was declared and served six months 

in the militia under Capt Garlan, Liajor Garland and Gen Lawson, 

That he enlisted under a rifle company under Capt Crawford under 

Major Doval 1 ? Gen Wayne aad Lunenburg and marched in volunteer 
company down through Richmond Va to Old Jamestown, was in the battl 
battle of Old Jamestown, and marched to LittleYork, Va, and 
served until peace was declared « He resided in Lunenburg Co Va 

Affidavit by Jeff R Ooniiell in Lancaster District, S^- th 
Carolina 1852 son a heir at law of Francis i' Connell a soldier 
in the Re . olutionar y war, and appointed Richard Burgess of 
Washington D C as his attorney. 

Declaration was made Oct 29 1838 by Francis Connell of 
District of Lancaster S C age 76 and stated about the same as 
previously. • 



ALSO SEE . DAVID WADE Al^D SARAH FILE N R 10986 Page -6- 
( Residence South Carolina) bat did not show from 

which state he served) 

VIRGINIA SER ICE OP NATHANIEL DACUS S 21153 

DECLARATION WAS MADE IN GREENVILLE DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA 
March 19 1832 of Nathaniel Dacus. 

It appears from the pension claim S 21153 based upon the 
service of Nathaniel Dacus in the Revolutionary war, which is 
the record of the only soldier with surname Dacus found on file 
in the Revolutionary war, records of this National Archives. 

Nathaniel Daous was B0R1\!' near Williamsburg, VT^inia 
1749. The names of his parents were not stated. 

While residing in Lunenbur Co Va, Nathaniel Dacus enlisted 

1779, served 3 months as private in Capt Edward Broadnax's Va 

company. He seraed 3 months in Capt Sylvanus Walker's company 

Col Nathaniel Cocke's Va regiment and was in the battle of 

Guilford court house.. Nathaniel Dacus died March 25 1835 and 
his widow Elizabeth died Jan 21 1340, -There are no details as to 
their marriage. Their son, litoi T Dacus, who was living in 1855 
in Greenville District S C then age 57. The following data are 
shown also in the claim: 

William T Dacus born Oct 22 1798; Critty Dacus born s3-22 1802 
Eliza I. Dacus born Jan 19 1826; Emily C Dacus b 9-27- 1830 
Sarah E Dacus born 9-15-1833j I.irs Sarah Wade b 2-18-1759 

l;Vm T Dacus and Critty Dacus his wife were married 8-31- 
1824. David ".vade Senior died July 23 1809, Mrs Sarah Wade died 
July 18 1842. John W Dacus died Sept 20 1843, Mary C Cox, died 
May 30 1853. 



Vi^AR OP 18lg ' Page-- 7— 

VIRGINIA SERVICE of Hezekiah Dickerson or Dickenson, 
SO 16810 SC 11604 and bounty land warrants 56305 for 
40 acres in 1850 and # 56288 for 120 acres in 1855 « 

Pie served under Ca-t David V/atson in the 7th Virjiijia 
Cavalry and Capt J P Gray company of Va militia. Snlisted 
March 19, 1813 and dischar^^ed Aug 15 1813 and enlisted again 
Aug 28 1814 and discharged Dec 8 1814. 

He resided 1851 and 1855 post office at Big Spring, 
Breckenridge county Kentuclcy and in 1871 his post office 
address v/as HudsonvilAe, Ky, said county. 

He married PRA1\TCES McGEORGE^ PjjBRUARx 9 1815 in BEDFORD 
COIMTY VIRGINIA HE died J ly 5 1371 in Breo'enridse Co Ky. 

DECLARATION was m£de in Breckenridge county Ky September 22 
1851 by Hezekiah Dickenson a^!,e 59, states he v/as a private 
in company of Capt John i' Gray in regiment of Va militia | 
t at he volunteered at rausfierfield in Bedford Co Va and 
entered service Sept 1 1814 and continued in service for 3 month 
and honorably discharged at Richmond Va about 1st Dec 1814 
J he makes this declaration to obtain bounty land v/arrant 
to which he may be entitled. 

He made another declaration in same county Hay 15,, 1355 
age 64 then stated he served in 3rd regiment of Va militia 
commanded by COLONEL lYILilAi^I DICKERSON and served un served 
3 months « 

2 witness to his signature were Alfred Hoskins and 
"(/'I'm Wl seheart . 

A letter in tke file from Lewis G Smith of 
Rockford Indiana Sept 29 1890 to Commissioner of Pensions 
states: The soldier Hezekiah Dickinson resided in Breckenrldge 
Co Ky his post office address being Big Spring of sa.d county 
from 1850 to 1856, the purpose of said inf or lation being 
to ascerta>H- the nnmber of application said soldiei^ had 
on file pre.ious to his death. 

TWO OF TrxE SOLDIER'S DAJGHTERS LIVING B: 
believe that they have right to said pension and deside 
to make application for the same the mot her being now deed. 

DECLARAT _0N WAS iiADE IN BrSCKENRIDGE GO KY 2 kay 1871 
by Hezekiah Dickerson age 80 of said county, stac s name -^f 
his wife was Frances HcGoorge, to whom he was married -In 
Bedford Co Va Feb 9 1 15, tbat he ser.ed full 60 da-s 
that he enlisted in Capt V/rr. Hopkins and (words ton dim to read) 
and v/as discharged at Bottom Mdge 1314. 

SEPARATE PAG..R LIADE AUG 17 1871 in BRECIu^JNRIDGE CO KY 
On motion of Hezekiah Dickerson Jr. it is ordered f at 
administration upon tne estate of Hezekiah Dickerson Senior 
deceased- be and the sa>:ie is hereby granted v/lth him, 
t:';erefore whereupon he took the oath pr^oscribed b ■ Law, and 
together with Peyton Trent his surety v/ho was accepted 
and approved by the court entered v/ith and acl-mowledged bond 
to the Commonv/ealth of Ky as administrator. sJ.gned F Fraze 

cl.rk 
It v/as stated by Hezekiah Dickerson 1871, that his father left 
no v/idow r parents . 



WAR OP 1812 ^^g® ~ ® 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF BARTLETT DICKERSON SO 12822 SG 8199 
bounty land warrants 27271 for 40 acres in 1850 which v/as cancelld 
45005 for 80 acres in 1850 and 35318 for 80 acres in 1855 
He served as private under Gapt William Green's company of Va. 
militia, enlisted Feb 27 1814 and discharged June 20*1814. 
He resided 1851 and 1856 in BEDFORD COUNTY VIRGINIA AI-ID 1871 
in Bedford Co Va at post office DAVIS MILLS) VA. Maiden name of 
wife was SAL Y THOMSON azid they married 1808 in Bedford Co Va . 
DECLARATION was made in Bedford Co Va 14 Jan 1851 by Bartlett 
Dickson age 63 a resident of said county states he served 
as private under Cant Wm Green in the 5th regiment of Va militia 
under General Harrison ; tOat he was drafted at V/ooter's? Old 
Field about last of Feb 1814, for 3 months and was discharged 
at Hampton Va June 20 1814 • He makes this declaration to obtain 
bounty land warrant . 

His original discharge is filed, dated at Hamoton June 20, 
1814, signed by G VV Hairst n 

He also made declaration in Bedfrd Co Va 22 _ peb 
1856 he was age 70 on that date, still a resident of Bedford Co 
Va, and stated about the same as previously. 

He again made declaration in Bedford Co Va Sert 18 
1871 ; states he was drafted at Davis Mil^s in said county 
March 1814 for three months and discharged at Hampton June 1814. 
He apijointed Edgar M Garrsth of Richmond Va as his attorney . 
His post office was Davis Mills, Bedford Co Va . 

DECLARATION was made again April 25 1871 by Bartlett 

Dickson age 88 a resident of Chamblissburg Tovmship in 

Bedfrd Co Va, that his wife's name was SAL;_.IE TIOMPSON 

to whom he was married in said county 1808. 

That he served as private in Capt " Green' s com any first at 

Norfolk and then at Hampton Va, that he was in no battle 

nor particmcipated in any event worthy of note. 



WAR OP 1B12 Page- 9- 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP VffiSLEY L. DUNGA!>I AND SUSAN DUNCAN 

SERGEA T UNDER CAtT THOMAS A BI3r- IN TPIE V:';RGINIA MILITIA 

AND ALSO PRIVATE AND CAPT Mvl SALES CO VA MILITIA: 

Enilsted Peb 1 1814 and discharged April 26 1314 and enlisted 

ai-ain April 28 1814 and discharged July 23, 1814 

Pension n rnbers S 27619 and S C 19768 and IVO 44174 and 

WC 34547 - bounty la-id warrant 27593 for 40 acres in 1350 

and 91148 for 40 acr s in 1850 also 2149 for 80 acres in 1855 

He resided 1850 -1853 and 1855 in AIvIFERST COTOJTY VA and 1872 in 

Bedford Co Va, t^O Liberty, Va, the w^dow resided 1886 in Bedford 

Co Va at Liberty . His first wife Sally W, Camden. 

The name f widovir was Susan Rarasey. They married in said Bedford 

Co Va Sent 13 1872. and he died Jan 30 1386 in BediSord Co Va 

the widov; died May 27 1914 at Ljmchburg, Va . 

Soldier alleg4s he served as a substitute for Charlep 
L a Lia vi s .■ 

It appears from the pa ers in the War of 1312 pension 
claim, v/idow certificate 34547 that V'/eslejr L Duncan, the son of 
JOHIT AND SARAFI DUNCAN, was born in Amherst Co Va, date not 
stated . 

He sereed as fifth sergeant in Capt Thomas A Bibb's company 
of Va militia from Pec 1 1814, until Aoril 26 1814, and from 
April 28 1814 until Jilly 23, 1814 in Capt IVm Sales' compajy 
of Va militia. 

He was allowed pension on his application executed June 
26 1872, at which t me he was age 80 and resident of Liberty 
township, Bedf rd Co Vai 

He died 1-30-1886 in Bedford Co Va 
This soldier married March 6, 1816 in Ajnherst Co Va to & Sally Vif 
Camden, who died Oct 27 1862 in Anherst Co Va . 

He married 9-13 1872 in Bedford Co Va to 
Susan daughter of Benjamin and Eliza Ramsey. 

She was allowed pension ± on her a jllcat on 
executed June 7 1886 while a resident of Bedford Co Va, 
age 60 and she died May 27 1914. 



IMR OP 1812 P^g® IQ)--- 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOmi ELn.iORE MD ELIZABETH A. 
WO 14597 WC 9444 bounty land warrants nuinoers 80723, in 1850 
in duplicate same nuniDer 40 acx-es in 1S50 cancelled. 

and 34957 for 120 acres in 1855 
He served as private under Capt Charles Veale' In the Virginia 
Lii.litia. Enlisted August 23 1314 and cilscharged Sept 16 1814 
He resided 1852 and 1855 In LOUDOUN COUNTY VIRGINIA and the 
widow resided 1878 in PARf-R^L STATION IN SAID COU-ITY. Her 
nalden name was Elizabeth Ann Rose. They narried April 14,, 
1833 in said Loudoun Go Va, and he died in said county April 4, 
1871. The widow died Dec 14, 1896. 

DECLAR.\TION v/as made in LOUL'OUN GOCTJTY VIRGINIA 1851 
April 11th by John Elimoreage 66. States he v/as mustered 
into service at Leesburg 2i Aug 1814 in the mass call and 
v/as discharged at Baltimore September 25, 1814. 

Declaration was also made in Loudoun Co Va 20 Se^jtember 
1853 by John ElLmore and vV Hammer and John F Elmore states 
t-- 1 he made application by his agent t'j Ha-^mer or Hummer for 
land and to whom warrant No 80723 for 40 acres issued 
that the said v/arraiit has never come to hand^ that said v7. 
Hummer is the agent of John EllmiDre, and he no er did receive 
a warrant for said John Ellmoro, . 

Declaration v;as also made in 1852 in Loudoun co Va age 65 
DECLARiiTION WAS kADE BY ELIZABETH MN ELLi.iORJi AGE 71 
in April 12 1378 in said Loudoun 'v^o Va states she is a 
resident of Parmv/ell Station said county and widovi; uf Jolm 
Ellmore, that her husuand served about one month in the 
military service that she v/as married to him under the 
name of jilizaboth Ann Rose April 14 1833 by Aev Wm Gilraer 
in Loudoun Co Va . 

A letter in the files signed by V\I. Hummer, states: 
Dear Sir; 

I herev/ith enclose to you the testimony of John Ellmore 
Ellmore and Chas Vk Ellmore. 2 credible v/it ess to orove 
the deathof GEORGE ROSE AND THE WIDOWHOOD OP ELIZABETH 
ROSE the facts sworn to by these witness j I Icnovir to be strict] 
true from my own knowledge of George Rose and Family - I also 
enclose a v;arrant you sent me as I sup ose in mistdc e for 
John Ellmore. You have heretofore directed your letters to 
Vim Hummer, Please direct to W Hummer or vt'ashington Huirjner. 

signed Respt iV Hummer 
One Affidavit was of W W Presgrave statin:, he v/as prt-sent 
when John Ellmore and Elizabeth were married by Reverend 
\%.'i Gilmore in Loudoun Co Va April 14, 1333, Also affidavits of:' 
Elijah " Myers and John ii Ljon in said county, that they / 
have been acquainted with iilizaoeth a Elmore over 10 years 
and laaew J hn Elmore up to his death, that he died April 1871 
And Is widow still remains single. Affidavit in said county by 
luary C Shryock stating she is age 54 and was present when 
Elizabeth Eltmore was married to John Ellmore by Rev ■iifai Gilmore 
about 4-14 1833.. 



FLORA 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OP ABIJAH . . R 3616 Page 11-- 

Declaration made 

The Revolutionary record of Abijah Flora is furnished 

as following from pension claim R 3616 hased -pon his 
service in tr.at war. Ataljah Flora vms BORN 1757 In Hampshire 
Go Va, which later became iwest Va, Vltoile a resident of Hampshir 
Go Va, he volunteered in tlie spring of 1780 or 1781 and was 
era_:'loyed in transporting provisions, by boat from tae mouth 
of the Conococheague to Old Town Maryland, under Ca t Stockt n 
and Lee^ Colonel Mitchel, about 6 months. 

Continued to live in said county until 1799, then moved to 
Ross coi.mty Ohio. 

Abijah Flora a lied for pension , 

Nov 19 1832. at which time he was a resident of Twin Tov/nship 
Ross Co Ohio. 

Trie claim for tension vi^as not allowed as proof 
of 6 months service In an embodied military corps as required 
by the pension law was not furnis-ied. 

Abijah Flora married about 1775 Margaret 
-- the date and place of her birth and names of parents were 
not given. She died in Ross Co Ohio March 22 1338, 

Abijah Flora dxed May 10 or 12 1840 survived by 

the following children: 

Thomas Flora age about 74 in 1852 

and a resddent of Ross Co Ohio. 

Robert Flora age 64 in 1852 and a resident of Ross Go Ohio 

John Flora age 61 in 1852 and a resident of Ross :;o Ohio. 

The papers on file contain no further discernible 
data in regard to family. 



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WAR OP 1812 FLORA OR PLOROW? (signed with X mark) 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JAi^Es/PLORO AND MARY PLORO SO 9516 
SO 16608 WO 27868 WG 17449 bounty land warrant 52591 for 50 
acres 33031 for 80 acres in 1855. 
He served as private -onder C^ t Myers in the Va militia. 
Enlist d Oct 10 1814 and disc arged March 11 1815 

Residence 1850 and 1855 in Adair county Ky, and 1871 at 
Columbia said county Ky. The widow resided 1878 at same place. 
The soldier had a first wife, Mary Teefer Laller and his ,;resent 
widow was Mary Barbary Helmantallo, who first married __WARD. 

They married Sept 16 1873 in Adair county Ky, and he d'-'ed there 
July 24, 1874 and she died Feb 1 1885. 

DECLARATION POR BOUNTY LAND WARRANT WAS MADE 1850 Dec 20 
in Adair co Ky by James Plora (also spelled Plorow and Ploro) 
w ich was signed with "X" mar^i each time) 

He was age 68 on this date, states he was a private under 
Capt John Myers, In 5th regiment of Va militia under Col arker 

that he v/as drafted in Monroe Virginia about 23 Au.x 1813 
for six months and served for six months and discharged at 
Norfolk Va 11 March 1314, 

When he made declaration in Ada rr Co Ky May 5 1855 he 
signed his name James Plorow age 70 on that date, stating about 
the same as above. 

His discharge paper signed by Myers Capt 1814 
March 1, wrote his name as James Flora. 

Declaration made 1872 March 27 by James Ploro? 
stating he belonged to t e 5th regiment under Col Parker 
in General Green's Brigade or division. 

He stated in 1871 in Adair Co Ky t lat he was married 
and his wife's name was Barbary Helmantallo to whom he was 
married in PINCASTtE VIRGINIA. (DATE NOT SHOWN) 
Stated he was drafted at Union, Monroe Co Va 
1813- for six months and discharged at Norfolk''; Va 1814. 

AFFIDAVIT OF WIVl BURBRIDGE IN ADAIR CO KY ^878 Oct 16 
states that ._. James Ploro of said count "' died about 24th 
July 1874 in said county, leaving Mary Ploro his widow. 
That wife of James Ploro 's first v/ife died before his marriage 
to Mary and Mary stili remains his widow. 

CERTIFIED COPY OP MARRIAGE RECORD OP JAi.ES PLORO AIMD 
MARY WARD AT Vf.,. C STOIC'S IN ADAIR CO KY in presence of Charles 
Callison and Vvm C Stone. 

DECLARATION of Mary Ploro age 64 in 1878 June 21 Adair Co 
Ky, stating about the sane as above. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE. OP JOEL PLOVVERS AND ELIZABETH 

WO 11300 WO 6559 Bounty land warrants 15720 for 40 acres, 1850 

and 53734 for 120 acres in 1855. Service as private Capt 

W lliam Flood's Co Virginia militia. Enlisted Dec 29, 1B13 and 

discharged April 10, 1314. 

Residence of soldier 1850 and 1855 in Monroe county Ky 
The widow resided 1875 in said county at Mad i-ick, Ky. Her 
maiden name was Elizabeth Branch. They married in September 15 
1811 in BUCKING HAIvi COUNTY VIRGINIA and he died Dec 23 1862 in ' 
Monroe County Kentucky. 

Declaration was made by Joel Flowers in MONROE COUIITI' K-iNTUCK 

MARCH 31, 1850 age 53 and some six months, and states he was a 

private in Capt Wm Plud's co in 5th regiment of Volunteer Militia 

of Va, under Col Parker, that he volunteered in BUCKINGHAM CO VA 

about May last, 1812, and entered service about Nov 16,1813 

for six months and served about 4 months . Again made declaration 

1855 in same county age 57; tnat he was discharged at Norfolk Va 

as his term had expired. 

AGA N MADE DECLARATION AT TOMi-'KINSVIL.E, IN SAID MONROE CO KY 
1851 in same county -■ . c '-. ' Dec 29 1 13 

served/ 
to April 10 1814, and desires land warrant. 

Declaration for widow's lension in i.ionroe Co Ky 

1875 January 9, by Elizabeth Flowers age 79 states she is the 

widow of Joel Flowers who enlisted in Capt V.m Flood's Co Va 
Va militia at Farefield Va Dec 1811 and discliarged at Norfolk 
Va 10 April 1812 and he marched from Fareflld to Ca:,v Carter 
and from there to Camp Hoi ey and reed land v/arrant. Thsat she 
marii ed under name of Elizabeth Branch to Joel Flowers 15 Sept 
1811 by Wra Flowers at JOHNATZAN BRANCH'S and her husl.^and died 
in Monroe Co Ky 23 Dec 1362, that she remains his v/irov;, 

Tv/o affidavits by Jesse Hood and Mary Camobell n said 
Monroe Co Ky 1873 or 1875? states x they v/ere acquainted with 
Joel Flowers and his v;ife Elizabeth nov/ living ever since 1807 
and were present at their marriage, as eye witnesses, at Jonat an 
Branch's in BUCKINGHAI«i COONTY VIRGINIA about Sept 15 1811, and 
had been close neighbors to them ever since 1807. Down to date of 
his death Dec 23 1863. and with his wife to the present date. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE but resided in Page 14 

CONTINENTAL / SOUTH CAROLINA SERVICE OP ALEXANDER GARDEN 

BOUlvTTY LAMD WARRANT 1825 for 200 acres 
Copy of will datjd May 6, 1828 which is filed with the 
papers, "In the name of God, amen I, Alexander Garden, formerly 
of True Blue, but now of Charleston being of sound mind and 
memory, make tnis my last will and testament, hereby revol:ing all 
other wilj.s by me made. 

I direct all my just and lawful debts to be paid. 

I gi .e to ray adopted son Alester Garden, son of my friend 

V/ilmot S. Gibbes and to his heirs, executors, admrs and assgns 

my estate, real and personal ; but if Alester Garden should 

depart this life before me or before attaining age 21, or day of 

marriage, then I given al- my estate to my friend V/ilmot Gibbes 

his heirs. I do hereby authorise my executors or such as 

qualify to endorse any note or notes, whei eon I am now endorser 

in any of the banks in Charleston and to renew such endorsements 

un renewal notes as often as the drawer or drawers of the said 

notes may require until the said debts are paid, off, . He desired 

his slaves not to be required to labor for them, and etc. 
This will was • ~ in Charleston District, S 1832 
fuked / 
DECIiiRATION was made by H A Devanpen? guardian of Alester 
Garden sole devisee and representative of MAJOR ALEXiUiDER 
GARDEN, late of city and district f Charleston South Carolina, bu 
but now deceased, stat s that to the best of his knoivledge and 
belief the said Alexander Garden was AID DE CAlViP TO GENERAL 
GREENE and v/ as a Lieut .iiant in Lee's Legion, of the Virginia Line 
Line on Continental establishment, during the war. 

3y Act of Congress approved on 23 i.'.ay 1328, Lieut Alexander 
Garden was allov;ed five ^^ars full pay as conmiutation for 
his half pay for life as a Lieut in the Revolutionary war. 
The provisions of the Act f 15 May 1328, that or was extended 
to the aforesaid Lieut Alexander Garden. 



VIRGINIA SEA SERVICE OP JESSE GEORGE R 51 ■ Page 15 

Virginia Half Pay 

See Ace Nd 837 Virginia State Navy 
Jesse George, Y 3 Pile, 7a Half Pay. 

Declaration was made Iji Lancaster County Virginia by lionroe 
George w.io appointed Joseph T V/alker of Washington D C as the 
attorney as administrator- of the estat of Jesse George, late of 
said count;^ deceased w>o was a Lieut ena':it of the Va State Navy 
in the Revolutionary war ^ _i;c propose a claim for additional 
half Pay in right of hi z sel^vice he/ond the sum hereuntofgre 
drawn by his then admj li^ :rator Doctor Morris Emanuel to wit; 
the sum .:f ■43,738.50 t,! 3 aa/ne having been due under the 3rd 
Section of the Act of Congress of the 5th of J ly 1832 entitled 
an iict to reunerate V ..rginia and to ask -demand and receive the 
same w'len 30 i alleivfid ar 1 to do and perfortu all manner of thjngs 
necessary to seldoai touching the same which I myself might do 
wer-e I personally present, sig -ed July 16 1349 

It was shown that Monroe George v/as duly appointed adminis- 
trator of the estate of Jesse George the former administrator 
Morris Emanuel, having left this county and state and was duly 
qualified by giving the necessary bond, with sufficient security'- 
and is now at this time administrator of said estate. 



VIRGINIA SERvTCa OP JESSE GEORGE S 4295 Page 16--- 

DEGLARATION was made in Liorgan County Ohio October 16, 
1852 by Jesse George a resiiunt of Rockfield township, of said 
county, who applied under the Act of June 1 , 1832. 

lie stated he entered service as a volunteer under Gapt 
Jaifies Radikin under Taomas oavins at LEESBURG, LOUDOUN CCUIMTY 
VIRGINIA, and in a short time marched for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvana 
thpDUgh Winchester Va, remained thero three days- Pittsburgh was 
then called Port Pitt and then proceeded by water to ftheeling Va 
where they remained about two weeksl thence in about six miles 
up V/heeling creek, Shepherds f rt, where they remained until 1st 
March 1779, when their term having expired they marched back to 
Leesburgh and discharged . 

That he again joined the militia under Col Thomas Merriwether 

in the company of Gapt VVm George, below Williamsburgh Va in July 

year ' *"_- 1781- they remained there under General Stevens 2 month 
and discliars^ed. 

He stated he was BORN in PAIRPAX COUi^TY VIRGINIA JMT 15 
1750. That he was living In Loudoun Co Va when called into 
service and removed to Belmont County Ohio where he resided 9 yea 
yearS; from thence removed to wheie he now resides, and has lived 
ten years. -states he volunteered the first time of six months, 
the 2nd he was drafted. 

Two neighbors were Erastus Hoskin and 'William 
Sherman . 



WAR OP 1812 Page 17--- 

VIRGINIA SERVICE,- OP GEORGE W GUlvINELL MD SivLiALIIJE WO 16288 and 

T, . . . ''^C; 12364 

Bounty land warrant 71590 for 160 acres in 1855 

Service under Gapt of a company of Virginia militia, enlisted 

August 23 J 1814 and discharged September 20 1814. 

Residence of soldier 1852 arid 1855 in FAIRFAX COIJIITY VIRGINIA 

and 1873 at Vienna Va said county, - The soldier's first wife 

was Lucy Ratcliffe, and maiden name of widow was Emmaline Youna, 

They married October 3, 1839 in said county and he died there 

Jan 8 1878 and she died Nov 19 1387. 

DECLARATION was made in Fairfax Co Va 30 March 1878 

by Em-aellne Gunnell age 65 states she is the wldov/ of George V; 

Gunnell, deceased, tiat he sor'ed under Col George laason? 

in fie War of 1312 That she v/as married to George YI Gunnell 

in Pairfajc Co Va 3 Oct 1039 By Rev Plattnor a minister, that 

her name before marriage was Emallne Young that her husband was 

for-iierly marrie^l to Lucy Ratcliffe v;ho died 1335. That George 

\V Gunnell died ^an 1878 in said county. 

(T|-,e cleric of Fairfax Co Va made statement that the 
marriage record of said county 1742 to 1853 inclusive was 
destroyed during the late war by Federal Troops, signed 

Apr 15,' 1878 by F W Richardson, Deputy clerk. Two 
witness stated j that is Ira lalliams and John Powell ages 
72 and74 in said county, that Geo i. Gunnel! and :tii;iallne Young 
were married 1838 or 1840, this they certify from personal 
knowledge and continued to live together until death of Georg W. 

Also affidavts of Hugh iidams and Elizabeth Gunnell 
1878 Oct 23 stating they have been acqualntid with i/Irs .cJniline 
Gunnell for many years and l-mew they lived together as man&wif e . 

Affidavits of Ira Vifilliams and ii/ H Gunnell at sametlme and 
place knev/ Geo W Gunnell and his former wif^ for many years p 
prior to his marriage to Einiline Young. Geo W Gunnel made 
declarat'on 1855 states he enlisted in Fairfac Co Va 1814 and 
discharged in Ealtiraorc Md Se_.t 1814.- made this declaration to 
obtain bounty land v;arrar;t. 



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WAR OP 1812 Page 18--- 

VIRGINIA SERVICii OP HUGH W. GOTNELL AI^D ELIZABETH GUI\'NSL^ 
WO 13353 and VifC 9064 bounty land warrant 61667 for 160 acres 
In 1855. 

In- Lieutenant G pt R Vaicoxon's ^ . company of 

Va militia, enlisted Aug 23 1814 and discharged Sept 1 1814 
He resided 1851 and 1855 in Fairfax Go Va and 1878 the widow 
resided in Vienna Va, her maiden name being Elizabeth 
Truanell (Trunnell) they married in said county Nov 5 1839 
and he died July 7 . 1857 and she died iv^arch 24, 1885 in 
Vienna Va. SUldier alleges he was in the Battl4 of 
BLADEI^ISBURG MARYLAJ^ID . 

Declaration was made by Hugh W GiAnnell in Fairfax Go 

Virginia 7th April 1855 stating he was a private in company 

of Cavalry under Gapt Rezin Wilcoxen attached to the 60th 

regiment of infantry of the Va militia under Col George 

Minor , that he volunteered in Fairfax Co Va courthouse 

July 1812 for 5 years, and tbey weie ordered out to iiass and 

rendesvoused at Winter Hill in said county 23 Aug 1814 

the Capt of cavalry marched from there in advance of saLd 

regiment to Bladensburg, was in the battle under Gen winder's 

ccmjTianded at that place, was ordered to return to the countj'' 

of Fairfax Va to suppress an insurrection of slaves, reported 
to have taken place in said coiontyo He makes this declara- 
tion to obtain bounty land. He made a similar declaration 
for bounty land 1851 in Fairfax Go Va . 

DECLARATION was male by Elizabeth Gunnell in Fairfax Co 
Va March 13 1878 age 67 a resdident of near Viana, said cour 
t-.at she is the widow of Hugh W Gunnell. That her name befoi 
marriage (it looks like Eliza..:Gth Trammell or ?). 



Page 19 

CONTINENTAL VIRGINIA SERVICJi: OP JOHN GUNNEL^ S 40062 

Declaration was msde 1813, August 5 by John Gunnell 

in V/estern District of Pe:?nsylvania states that iie a;iplied 

before Jonathan H Walker, Esqv.ire judge of the U S for Western 

District of Pennsylvania he vvas a resident of BEDFORD COUiiTY 

PE NSYLVAlv'IA age 55 states that in 1780 he enlisted at Petersburg 

Virginia with Capt John Linton in a regiment of IT S Dragoons 

or light horse, under Lieut Colonel Washington, viras at the 

battle of Eutaw Springs and battle of Cowpens and sundry 

skirmishes and battle of Cowpens received a wound by a sabre 

in the arm and hand and in the head at battle of Cowpens 

and served during the war and until close of war in said Dragoon 

- that he is now in reduced circamstaiices . 

ALSO DECLARATION was made by John Gunnel -.. 1321 Aug ± 11th 

age 63 that in 1780 he enlisted v/^th Ensign Hutchison 

in Washington's corps of ligt horse and served under Col 

Washington ; that his family consists of a v/ife an infirm 

wminan age 59 and one daughter age 20 , name not stated o He gave 
schedule of his pro^:erty. 

IN 1827 24 iviarch APPLICjiTION FOR A TRAi'JSFER WAS i.i/iDL IN 

WESTIViORliLAl^ID COUNTY that he has removed from Bedford Go to 

Westmoreland county both in Pennsylvania. Stated then he 

served under Colonel Vi/illiaiii Washington. One Corben Gunnell 

made affidav t in this declaration 1827 in Westmoreland Co Ponna 

Pennawho states he is well acquainted with John Gunnell- 
but did not state relationship.. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOH"N GUNNILL BOUNTY LAND MRRANT 

NO 12150 for 100 acres In the 
REVOLUTIONARY WAR 

The Bounty Land Records of John Gunnill warrant No 
12150 There is scanty records in this file. 

Application should he made to the Auditor for the Inter 
Interior Department, U 3 Treasry Department, giving him 
all the following data; John Gunnel;, Certificate 13563 
issued Aug 5 1819 for $8 per month from Aug 3 1818, under 
Act of march 18 1818, at the Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Agencyi 

A LARGE PORivi CARD IN R^iGARD TO THE 30m\fTY LAND iyARRAl\IT 
12150 issued March 27 1794 for John Gunnill a private in 
the Virginia line. "The information concerning the issuance 
of warrants carded on this Form Card is found in volume 2 to 
4 of Land Warrants, issi^ed prior to 1800, which are registers 
of bounty land warrants, issued to non commissioned officers 
and privates under Congress onal res lutions of Sept. 16, 1776 
and subsequent dates. Other records relative to the applicati 
-tlons for warrants appear to have been cftestroyed in the 
War Dept fire of Nov 9 1800. InfiBrmation concerning warrants 
surrendered to the Federal Government is to be found m Gen 
General Land Office records in the NATIONAL ARCHIVES o 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF WIL^.IAi.. GUNNELS BOUNTY LMD V/AR AlIT NO. 
12149 Issued De em.er 2, 1793, 

Notation: ''Certified to the General Land Office 

24th Septeraber 1830*' 
The information concerning the issuance of warrants carded on 
a large form card, is found in vol me 2 to 4 of Land Vv'arrants 
issued Piior to 1800 which are registers of bounty land 
warrants issued to Non-commissioned officers, and privates 
under Congressional resolutions of Sept 16, 1776, and 
subsequent dates. Other records relative to the ap :)lications f' 
for warrants ap ear to have been destroyed in the war 
Department fire of Novemioor 9, 180^, Information concerning 
warrants surrendered to the Federal Government is to be 
found in General Land Office records in The National 
Archives . • 



VIRGINIA p^g3 _22 

COiTTIHENTALySEKVICE OF WIL.IAivi GUNNELL OR GUNNEL AI'ID MARTHA 

W 1172 
Bounty land warrant 11184- 
160 acres in 1855 
(Residence in 1818 in 
SOUTH CAROLINA: 

DECLARATION WAS iViADE L818, October 5 by William Gunnell 

a resident of Greenville District South Carolina age 59 states 

he enlisted 1778 in March, in tae first regiment of HORSE . 

in the STATE OP VIRGINIA IN THJ COMPANY OP CAPT HiJGHS in Colonel 

White's regiment of the Cavalry; that he continued to to serve 

in said corps on the service of the U S until July 1782; when he 

was discharged from service qt Winchester in state of Virginia;. 

that he was in the battles of Guilford, Eutaw, 'iVhite Bluff 

GEORGIA and on CAlVlBAKE ? IN SOUTH CAROLINA; 

Declaration was made In Forsyth County Georgia 6th April 
1853 by Martha Gunnell, a resident of Georgia Forsyth Co 
age 51, who applied under Act of Feb 1353, 3rd day; states she 
is the widow of William Gunnell, a pensioner ; that he drew 
pension of .^8 per . - month that he resided in Gwinnett 
County, DeKalb county, Campbell county and Henry County, 
state of Georgia, and and received his pension at Savannah, Ga. 
and drev; some in South Carolina before removing to Georgia, 

That she was married to Wa Gunnell March 22, 1821; that he 
died 24 July 1844; , that she remains his widow, ; that she has 
no record of her marriage, but was Married in LAWRENCE DISTRICT 
SOUTH CAROLINA and husband Wllliarii Gunnell drew pension at his 
death in 1844. 

DECLARATION T.ADi^ . IN 1820 in Greenville District, S C 
by Vi/illiam Gunnell states a schedule of his property, also that 
his family consists of himself and daughter and 3 grand children, 
dependent on him for support; to wit; Nancy Gunnels, age 26, 
Olive Gunnels age 10, Benjamin Gunnels age 6, Hulda Gunnels 3 
that he was wounded in the Revolutionary war^ and now very in- 
firm, so that he is unable to labor for support. 

He also stated t:iat he enlisted in the First Virginia 
regiment of Cavalry comraanded by Col l/\'hite and v/ as in battles 
of Trenton, Brandywlne, Guilford, jiutaw, Camden and etc. 

Affidavit of Thomas Rice in Forsythe Co Georgia in 1844 
states that Vfa Gunnell married Martha Adkins in Lawrence Co S C 
about 22 March 1821. That he was acquainted with them in 
Newton County Georgia. Martha Gunnell also applied in Milton 
Co Georgia 1867 . 



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VIRGINIA SERV CTT OF WI ;.I1I^ HAITSO^T AITD ^'Tj.R '-AR^'T 

V/0 28936 and V/C 15917 bounty land warrants 

55902 for 80 acres in 1850 and 8102 for 80 acres in 
1855 served under Capt Robert Kyle's oompai:y of 7a 

militia, enlisted Aug 16, ibl3 and dischar.-e'd Sent 28 
1815. 

-lis residence 1853 and 1855 was G-reenbrier county 
Va and 1878 the widow lived sane count:; post 
offic'j, Asbury, Vj'est Va. Her name before marriage ?;as 
Mar-aret Aery, Tiey married April 3 1817 in said county 
and he died Feb 28 1871 in Greenbrier co v;est Vs.. 

Declaration v;as made in Greenbrier '.'est Va 

County 
1854 June i b'^ V/il^iam lanson. He also made 

declaration ■ 1855 April 4 in said county 
aje 63 tiiat he was a private soldier under 

Caot Robert Kyle in the Va mailtia under Col V/m 
Anderson in tixe v;ar of lcil2. and received land v;arrant 
for 80 acres in 1850 ITo 55 pa^-e 2. 

which he lias now in his possession, and malres this 
declaration to obtain additional bounty land. 

He made declaration 1853 for pension or Bounty 

land in Greeiibrier '^o Va a e 81 stating about tlie 

saae as above, t at he volunteered at Fincastle Va 
aDout July 10-1813 for six months 

CERTIFIED COPY CF THE "LiRRIAGE RECORD E WAS F^IED 
SHOUING 1817 April 3rd V/iliiam Hanson married Margaret 
EARY, b? Rev Josiah Osborne, in Greenbrier Go Va. 

Tie widov; made declaration in Greenbrier Co 

v\fest Va 25 June 1878 age 81 bv Margaret Hanson 

states she is widow of Mm Hanson deed; stages he enlisted 
in Botetourt Co L Va which is at Fincastle Va and served 
12 months ai.d served until t le war closed. Tiiat her 
na-'e before marriage was I'Targa±-'et Aery? 

T at he died in said count v Feb 28 
1871. 



Y/AR OF lbl2 

VIRGINIA SEi.VICI F ROBERT HAISLIP OR ^^^.^SLIIP Page 24--- 

and Mary T " " 
WO 37795 and WC 28518 

He was aprivate under Capt V/aller and Davall in the 
Virj^inia militia. 

Bounty land warrants 18204 for 40 .: ores in ^850 and 18198 
for 120 acres in 1855. He enlisted Aug 3, 1814 and 
dischar,jed Sept 24, 1814. 

Residenoc of widow 1852 and 1855, 1879 was SPOTSYLVAFIA 
COiniTY VIR 'rINIA pest office Goodloes. Her maiden name 
was HART. T^IEY :iARRIED in said county May 22 1835 
and he died Dec 18 1845 in said county. 

DEC_j-4.RAT^0]^I was made 1852 and 1855 in Spottsylvania 
Co Va March 9, by Mary Haslip a£^e 40 states she is the 
widow of Robert Haislip who served under Capt vVal_er a 
and Duvai_ in the 16tli or l4th re^jt of Va militia 
under Col Waller Boyd 

Stat s she was m;arried to him in Spottsylvania Co Va 
by Philip Pendleton a minist-r on 22 May 1835, 
and her name before marriage was MAR^'" HART, fiat her 
husband died 28 Dec 1846. 

Declaration was also made 1879 September 1st 

in Spottsylvania Co Va by Marv T Haslop ap;e 73 

(or Haislip) widow of Robert Haislop 

who was drafted in said county in the war of 1812. 

that she v;as n.arried 1335 May 22 in said county 

by Philip Pendleton a minister, that her name before 

marriage was Mar;'' T ilart. That he died in said cou^ ty 

18 Deo 1845. 



VIRGINIA SEFiVIGJi OP JAi,.ES liERRING AND JUDY W 11276 Page 25- 

Declaration was made hj James Herring in Albemarle county 
Virginia October 19 1832, who applied under tne Act of June 7,185f 

The data following were obtained from the papers on file in 
tlie Revolutionary war pension claim No W 11276 based upon the 
military service of James Herring in that war. 

James Herring was BORN in Albemarle county Virginia about 1754 
and while a resident of said county he enlisted, and served 
as prlvqte in Lieutenant Henry Austin's Virginia Company, tv/o 
months. He then enlisted and served 2 months as private in 
Gapt Miller's Company, Col liatthev/s' Virginia regiment. He then 
enlisted and served 2 months as private in Col Matthews' Virginia 
regiment. He then served one month on guard duty in Gharlottes- 
vil e, Va names of officers not stated. 

He died June 16, 1845 in said Albemarle Co Va . 

He married Miss Judy or Judah Caf er . The marriage bond v/as 
dated April 2 1784 Orange County Virginia. 

The widov; Judy Herring was allov/ed pension on her a .plication 
executed May 4, 1846, at which time she was a resident of Albemar- 
le Co Va and age 82 . 

She died about 1847, leavinj: heirs, their relationship , names 

or residences not state. 

In 1846 in Albemarle Co Va, one James Herring Jr, witness^ 
the signature by mark of soldier's widov/ Judy Herring, his age 

and relationship to the family not given. There are no further 
family data. 

James Herring certificate No 219 issued June 30 1846 
commenced J ne 16 1845, Act of June 17 1844 Richmond Va Agencej 

^()20 per annum. 



VIR ■^TMA SEFJ/ICF OF T'^OMS ^lOLL.'JTD S 17222 Page -26 

BECjuARAT^'OII was made in Cocke Coanty Tennessee 1833 

Febraary 27th, by Thomas ^^olland, who applied under the 

Aot of June 7 1832. 

He was born December 24, 1759 in ITARYLrfD and when 

very young moved to PITTSYLV/JJIA CO 7A. Names of his 

parents are not stated. w'hile living in MOKT'-OTIER^^ CO VA 

he served v;ith the Va troops as follows: 

'{av^^nfj enlisted a fevj months before the battle of ^-uil- 
f ord , he served a tour of one month in Ca t Jereniah 
Pierce's company under Tiia.jor Floyd and a tour of 3 months 
in Caot _. 

Barnet's com lany in Col Martin's regiment. Fr':^m some- 
time in August 1781, he served one month in Ca )t Paris' 
Company. He moved to Crreene Co N C in August 1783 and 
served daring the first war with the CHTRorEE "ND'AFS 
afterthe Revolution for 3 months as a spy under Gapt V.'m Jobe 
and during another Caerokee war he served 3 months 
under same captain and received a shot wouijd through 
the Thigh. 

After the i.evolution he lived in Greene Co Worth 
C-iTolina, in the part v/hich later was Cocke Co, Tennessee. 

In lt)34 Thomas Holland was living in CLAY COUNTY 
MISSO'JRI, to which place he stated he had moved for purpose 
of obtaining land to provide for his children but he gave no 
names. Tliere are no further data in the file relative to the 
family of Thomas Holland. 

In order to obtain date of last paym.ent of pension, 
name and address of person paid and possibly date of dea 
death of Thomas Holland, it is suggested that you address 
the Co.:ptrol.-er General, Genera^ Acoountiing Office, rcecorrds 
Division, n'aslimgton D C citing the following data: "Thomas 
Holland, Certificate No 19216, issued A ..g 16, 1833 
rate ^26. 66 per annum, coiamenced March 4, 1331, Act of 
June 7 1832. Missouri Agency." 



WAR OF 1812 ^^^'^ "'^^ 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP ELIJAH HUNT SO 12581 and SC 18842 

Served as private under Charles Harris in Virginia 
militia » 

Bounty land warrants 30730 for 80 acres in 1850 

and 10627 for 80 acres ;'n 1355. 

Enlist .d July 5 and Oct 15 1813 and dischar2:ed July 31, 1813 

and 1314. He resided 1850 in Halifax Co Va and 1855 

and 1871 in Pittsylvania Co Va , and he died March 16 1879? 

Declaration was made 1850 in Halifax Co Va by said 

Elijan Hunt, states he was a private in company of Gapt 

Cartmill in the 5th regiment of militia. Comjnanded by Ool 

iviason in the war of 1812, t lat he was drafted at Halifax 

court house, Va July 8 1813 for six m.onths and act'Tal y 

served for six months, foid was discharged at Norfolk 

Jan 11 1814. His original discharge was filed signed 

Jas Gar trill? Capt 1814 Jan 11th. 

Declaration viras made again for Bounty land 1855, iviarch 

27 by Elijah Hunt age 67 ? or 47? stating about t-ie same 

as above. 

He made another declaration 1871 April 22 in Halifax 
coimty Va age 86 a resident of Pittsylvania Go Va, states 
he is married, that his wife's name was Lavina Carter, to 
whom he vms married at Geor:ie Carters 1807, that he is 
the Identical ii^lijah Hunt v/ho waas a private under Capt 
Cliarles Hariss and lucGormick' s Cinpanies . 1813 and dischd 
at Norfolk, that he received military land warrant. 

A note in the file dated Sept 1880 frora Mt Airy 
Pittsylvania Go Va stating (from R L Hunt) statin;, about 
3 months ago he sent In some papers asking for reimbursement 
in case of Elija Hunt a pensioner of war of 1312, who died 
LAST NOValvIBER. That he has never heard from the Department 
(of Pensions) in regard to this matter and asked them to 
please let him hear from them as early as possible.) 



WAR OP £ 1812 ^^^® ^^ 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF EUSTACE HUiJT AND ELIZA A (afterwards; 

ELIZA A lATILLIAiiSON 

vYO 44761 Vi/C 35056 Bounty ladnd warrant No 51410 for 80 acres 

in 1850 and Bl wt 8342 for 8'J acres in 1855: 

Enlisted June 1 1S14 and discharged No 20 1314, served as ensi-n 

under Capt Rowerton's company in tne 5th Va militia tt s a. 

The widow lived in 1888 in Ringgold .Ittsylvania Co Va and the 

soldier died Se.'t 1345 in Pittsylvania Co Va . He enlisted at 

Halifax Court House Va . 

T.e data follov/ing were obtained from the papers on file ir 
pension claim W C 35056 based upon the militar/ serv .ce in the 
War of 1812 of Eustace Hunt, 

The date and place of birth and names of the parents of 
Eustace Hunt are not shown.. 

He entered service at Halifax court Hou.se Va 
and served from June 1 1814 to N.v 20 1814, as ans _,n in Gayt 
James Howerton's Co of Va militia. 

Eustace Hunt died in oittsylvania Co Va Se tember 1845 (1845). 
Eustace Hunt v/as survived by his widow Eliza A Hunt^ date 
and place of t eir marriage, date place of her birth and names 
of her parents are not stated. t'.e widow married Gerge V/illiams 
who died about 1856. 

March 12 1853, George Williamson a resident of Caswel'. Co NC 
(North Carolina) applied as guardian of Eustace Hunt Junior, 
son of Eustace Hunt, deed, said Eijstace Hunt^ Jr. are about 18 
and the only minor child of the late Eustace Hunt, for the bounty 
land which was due on account of the service of _!iustace Ho'-nt, 
Senior in the war of 1812, Eighty acres of bounty land v/as granted 
on warrant Mo 51410 under Act of Sept 28 1850, for the benefit 
of said Eustace Hunt, Jr. m.inor child of Eustace Hunt, deed. 
March 4 1855, George Williamson, guardian of EUstace Hunt. Jr. 
applied for additional bounty land wnich v/as due his ward on 
account of the service of iOustace Hunt, Sr. in the war of 1812 
80 acres land v/as granted on v/arrant N 8342, under Act of Liarch 
3 1855 for benefit of said ustace Hunt Junlorl 

Eliza A Williamson, forner widow of Eustace Hunt was allowvsd 
pension on account of the ser .ice of Eustace Hunt in the vifar of 
1812 by special act of Congress ap roved Sept 3, 1838. 
She v;as then age about 90 and her postoffice address was care 
Alexander Canningham Jr. Ringgold, .. ittsylvania Co Va . 

No names of any other children of Eustace Hant are 
resignated. In 1853 one James ^^ G Hunt lived in Casv:el.- co 
IT C, bat no relations lip to soldier was stated.- Elisa A Hunt 
now ..illiamson, formerly wdo of Eustace ^^unt , Certificate 
IIo 35056, issued Oct 15^ 1838 at .,12 per month commenced 
9-3 1888 KCt of '"•arcn 9 1878, v/ashington Agency. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JA]..ES D HUl^^T Al\fD . - ■ : . MASSA 
WO 16318 teC 22628 

Bounty land warrants Ntunbers 50195 for 40 acres in 1850 
and 76038 for 120 acres in 1355 

He resided In Floyd Coiinty Indiana 1851 or 1856 ? 
T-iO wldov/ resided 1878 In Scottsville, Floyd Co Indiana 
her maiden name was Massa Fitzpatrick. They married Nov 25, 
1819 in Washington county Virginia, and soldier died Mar ch 1 
in Floyd Co Indian, 1852, 

DECLARATION was made in Floyd County Indiana June 28 
1851 by James D Hunt a;,© 58 states he was a private under 
Capt Vm Crumweli in tlie 72nd regiment of volunteer 
riflemen under ^ol John Tate in tne war of 1812, t at he 
volunteered at RUSSEL COIjIITY VIRGINIA abrut 1st Feb 1815 
for five years and continued to serve for 2 mont^js 
and was dischared at Washington Co Va, (SEVEfl MILE FORD) 

on first April 1315 - that he has lost his certi icate of 
discharrgeo He makes this affidavit to obtain bounty land 
warrant . 

Again in 1878 April 3 in Floyd Co Indiana 
the wiodow Massa Hunt a.^e 78 states she is the widow of 
Janes D Hunt deceased, that she was married to Jaxaes D 
Hunt in Vv'ashington Co Va Nov 25 1819, by Thomas Oolley 
a minister, that her namie before n-arriage was Kassa Fitchpatrici 
(Fitchpatrick) , that said Janes D Hunt died in Eio?/d Go 
Indiana on 1st March 1S52. T':at since his dischar :e the 
following have been their residence ^ ./ashington Co Va for 16 
years, after his disch-ara,e removed to Floyd Co .iidiana 
up to this date alv/ays lived in said county. 

She again made declaration in Scottsville Floyd 
Co Indiana 1879 and one I'/illia i Hunt age 42 and Martha 

Brock were witnesses to her signature, who both reside in 
Scottsville, Ind. ttaat they are children of the claimant 
Massa F Hunt by their fatVer James D Hunt, . Mary and 
Laronsus or Lazarus, JoJm, Hester, Ailsie, are the other 
children. Martha is t!ie oldest ■• living one, Mary and Lazarus 
are both dead, they died in VlhllNIA. V.e both saw our 
father dead and vi/ere at his funeral, and our mother alone 
has never remarried since his death. 

DECLARATION made in Floyd Go Indiana by Massa Hunt 
1856 Feb 14th age 55 in LaFayette township, said county sta- 
ting her husband died in LaFayette township said county March 
2, 1853 and that her hus and volunteered in Rassell Co Va 
Va 1814 or 185 o . . 



WAR of 1812 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOEE ]iUl\FT AIID SARAH WO 42959 Page -30-- 
He served Gapt John .ayne^s company of Virginia I.;ilitia. 

Declaration v/as made in Buchanon County i.iis souri June 29^ 

1883 by Sarah Hunt age 70 a resident of St Joseph in 

Buchanan county Missouri, states she Is the widow of John Hunt 

deceased, who served as private under Capt McParlane, the 

Lieutenant's name was l/jr. Krumjnel, - a cavalry re iment, that 

":e enlisted in RO'SSEL.:,- COUi^'TY VIRGINIA IN THE '.VAR OP 1812; 

that he was age 20 when he enlisted o That he was BOPu>I in 

RICro.OND VIRGINIA; that he lost his sight of his Left Eye 

- in serv&ce, taat she was married to Jchn Hunt in Russell 

county Virginia, 28 miles from Lebanon in year 1829 by a J P 

tbat her name before marriage was Sara Miller, t'lat he died 

at Ashton in Osceola c luity, Iowa 20 L:arch 1865, tnat she 

remains his widow t_iat thejr had resided since his discharge 

in Russell Go Va, about 20 m les froni Lebanon unt 1 about 

1840 or 1845; then remo.ed to Grlggsvil _e Pike County Illinois 
and remained about 4 or 5 years; t""en removed to Ashton, 
Osceola county lOVuA, after a year or 2 we went bac': to 
GRIGGSVILLE ILLINOIS; after remaining there a short time 
they moved back to Ashton, lov/a, and remained until he died. 

Witness to her signature was Horace Sndth in 
St Joseph Missouri, that he has known Sarah Hunt widow of 
John deed, since about 1860. T' at he saw her sign her name. 

Sarah Hunt stated in 1889 that she and her 
husband resided in Poweshelk County Iowa 1850 to 1855. 
Affidavit by Sarah Hunt in 1833 in Bucha an Co Mo 
Sept 28 that lilftn Hunt was a com.rate of John Hunt in war of 
1312 ^ Tiiat he lost use of one of his eyes at Battle of 
New Orleans in the v/ar of 1812. 



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WAR OP 1812 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOffiT HUNT AND NAl^CY HUNT BOUTITY LAND 
WARRAilTS 25665 for 80 acres in 1850 and 12636 for 80 acres 
in 1855 . WO 1272 and 1/ 794 - 

Service as private under Capt James Sangster in the 
Virginia militia, enlistea i.iay 24 1814 and discliarn-ed Se.t 
21, 1814. 

He resided 1850 and 1855 in Pleming county Ky 
and the widowresided 1871 in Elizaville, Pleming' Co Ky 
her maiden name was Nancy Chandler. They married Jan 2 1314 
in PRINCE WlI.LIiL. COlti.^TY VIRCIIN.lA. HE Died Peb 22 1867 in 
Pleming county Ky. 

DECLARATION was made in Pleming Go Ky 22 Nov 135., 
by John Hunt, about age 58 states he was drafted in the 
militia under James Langster m the 5th degiment of Va militia 
under Col Street; that he was drafted in PAIRPAX COUNTY VA 

I.Iay 1814 a.-.d on a verjr short notice for six months and 
served 6 months and was honorably dischar ed abov-t 1814 at F 
Port „ Nelson^ at Norfolk Va . . He makes this declara- 
tion to obtain bounty land.. 

He made anotl.er declaration in Fleming Co Ky 1855 
age 62 on tbat date. 

Afffiavit of Nancy Hunt 1870 Se_)t 30 stating she 
was married to John Hujit in Prince V'/illiam Co Va and she 
understands the records in that could were destroyed during 
Civil War and cannot no?/ obtain rec rd of her- marria ei 

The age of Nancy Hunt in 1371 was 32 when she aga n 
applied in Pleming Go Ey. Stated then her name before 
marriage was NANCY CHAX'IDLOR| that siie was married 1S14 
Jan 2 by *: Pillars at hev father's h m.e in Prince Will am 
Co Va. 'i^at he died in Pleming ^o Ky 22 Jan 1867. 
Vifitness to her signature v;ere Elias I Earley and Chandler 
Hunt.. TWO APPIDANTS IN PLiiviING CO KY 1871 state triat 
they are acquainted with Nancy Hunt ^ t at when Jolin and 
Nancy H.-nt moved from Va to Pleming Co they had a family 
of children, w some of wnom must have been born as early as 
1814, and they have examined the family record and the 
oldest child, Reazin Hunt was BORN Peb 19 1814, v/v-lch 
record they believe to be correct, and believe they wei'e 
married before t..at date, that ever since they arrived in 
this county tney lived togetiier as husband and wife... 



WAR OP 1812 

VIRGINIA SERVIC OF LEWIS HTOT SO 11995 SO 8129 Page -32--- 

He served as private under Capt Thoraas Wilbinson in the Va 

militia, and Caut John B Ste;.hens company of Va militia . 

W 11995 SO 3129 

Bounty land warrant 13015 for 160 acres n 1850 
He served as pri ate under Captains Thomas V.il inson and 
Ca t John B Stephens com^iany of Va militia. 
Enlisted April 2 1813 and discharged Oct 14 1813 
In May 27 1314 enlisted again and was dischar ed Dec 13 1814 
He resided 1351 in Loudoun Va and 1871 at Leesbur/i' said co 
His v/lfe's maiden name v/as Mary Garner. They married in said 
county Dec 1334, 

DECLARATION WAS ..ADE FEB 26, 1851 in Loudoun County Va 
by said Lev/is Hunt a .:e 64 a resident of said count<-; and 
stated he .volunteered at Leesburg Va A ;rll 6. 1313. That he 
served under Caot Jo n B Stevens of the 5th re:;i,;innt of Va 
m.ilitia. That he volunteered at Norfolk Va about 10 June 1314. 
for six months and served it out and was disc ar ed Bee 13 
1314 

His origina dischar;i,e is filed slg ned by Joiin B Stevens 
Capt 5th regiment of Va militia, 

Lewis Hunt made another declaration In Loudoun Go Va 
at Leesburg 1871 April 1st. Stating his wife's name v/as 
Mary Garner, t whom he was married at Leesburg Va Dec 
1834 stating he served m the artillery regiment as pri ate 
under Caot Thomas Wilkinson and John B Stevens -; that he 
enlisted the first time at Leesburg and the 2nd time at 
KIL SBURG? this county J that he has received a land warrant 
for 160 acr-es , i.^a or Faulkner father of C J FauU-mer was 
his officer in the Artillery service. He served b th times at 
Norfolk Va. His first general v;as named Taylor, General 
Porter com anded during his 2nd tour of service. 
He is now age 85, was BORN IN THIS COUNTY. 



WAR uP 1812 ^^S® ~^^ 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF irJl^POFOD L. HUNT OR (HURT)? 

Mm DIAI^ISHA HUNT OR HURT 
WO 25921 WC 19166 bounty land, warrant 29298 for 160 acres, 1855 

1855 

He ser ed as private imder Capt Charles Betts company of 

Virginia militia, enlisted Au- 31 1314 and dischar^:ed Sept 12 

1814. 

In 1855 and 1856 he resided in Lunenburg Co Va, and the widov/ 

in 1878« and 1879 at Pleasant Grove, said county, he had a firt 

first wife, and his present widow was Dianisha Johns. 

They married Dec 22, 1825 in said county and he died June 16 

1867 at r'leasant Grove, Va said ^ounty^ 

DECLARATION was made by Munford L Hunt or Hurt ? 
May 16, 1855 in Lunenbi;.r - Go Va states he served under Capt 
C Betts in the Va re -ment of Cavalry under C,..l Scott. 

States he served three months and v/as dischar^^ed at PETERSBUR 
PETERSBURG VA about 1814. He makes this declaration to obtain 
bounty land warrant.. He again made declaration 1856 in said 

county stating about the same as above. 

CERTIFI PIED COPY OF MARRIAGE RECORD WAS PILED BY THE 
CIERK OP LUNENBURG CO VA showing Tnomas H Jeffress married 
said Munfort Hurt and Dinitia Johns, Dec 22 1825. 

Two affidavits of Jolm T Robertson and Vi/ C Winn in 
Lunenbur Co Va Jan 1 1879 knov/s the widow has not 
remarried s .nee death of her hus'.and. 

DECLARATION OP DIANISHA HURT OR HISHT IN SAID C-Ui.TY 1878 
states she is age 82 and stated she was the second wife of 
said soldier. 

S e also filed another declaration 1879 in Lun^aburg 
Co Va stating about the sarae as above, one John D Hurt 
and L C Hardy were witness to her signature. 



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VIR:'INIA SERVIC. OF SAj.iUEL J HUI^IT AND SAL IE J HUUT 
SO 40671 and SG 31484 (31484) 

A sergeant under Capt Th^.s Clarke's Virginia Militia 

Bountj land v/arrants Numbers 23732 for 80 acres in 1850 

and Wo 18307 for 80 acres in 1855. 

Enlisted Aug 16, 1814 and discl-'arged Dec 31 1814. 

Resided 1851 and 1855 in KADISOi: COUNTY ALABAI'lA, and the v/idow 

resided there 1830 at Hunt svi lie . Sallie J Douglass v/as her 

maiden name. They married Oct ■?3 1323 in Pittsylvania Co Va 

and he died Jan 12 1875 in Huntsville, Ala bama 

DECLARATION was made by Sam el I Hunt for bounty land in 

Madison Co Alabama Jan 6, 1851 at ac;e 63 stating he was a 

First Sergeant in company of Capt Thomxas Clarke in 7tix militia 

regiment, under Sanders ; t'lat he was drafted at Hames in 

Pittsylvania Co Va about Aug 15, 1814, for six months and 
served six months and honorably dischar'^ed at Norfolk Feb 15 
1315 o He also filed declf ration 1855 April 20 in liadison Go 
Alabama for bounty land. ; stating about the sa'ne as above. 

DECLARATION v/as made by Saliie J Hunt in Madison 
Co Alata October 1830 - age 74 stating she is the widov; of 
Sai^iuel I Hunt deceased, ; taat he was BORl^T in HALIFAX OR 2 
PlTTS"iLVAi\:IA CO VA ■ That she v/as married to him m 
Pitts Ivania Co Va Oct 27 1823 . j that her name before marriage 
was Douglass, that she remains his v/idow.; that he died in 
Hmitsville Alabama Jan 12 1875. 

Affidavit made by Eleanor Do. -.glass in Madison Co Ala. 
stating she was present at the marriage of Samuel I Hunt 
to Sallie J Douglass in rittsylvania Co Va 23 Oct 1823 and 
know they lived together mitil he died. . 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOffi.! JENKINS W 7894 Page 35—- 
DECLARATION was made by John Jenkins in PIKE COUilTY GEORGIA 

DECEMBER 4, 1832 age 73, who applied under act of June 7, 1832. 
It appears from the papers in the Revolutionary war pension 

Claim liV 7894 that John Jenkins while living in HENRY COUNTY 

VIRGI.'.'.;IA, enlisted March 1730 and served at var3)ous times until 

the surrender of Cornwallis as a private with the Virginia 

Troops under Capt Jesse Heard and Swingfield Fill and Colonel 

Davey; and he was at the sie- e of Yorktown. 

He died in said county July 20 1847. -13557'80 
He married in Greene county Georgia February 28 1797 

to Mary Rutherford. She was allowed pension on her application 

executed December 14, 1S54, at which time she . was age 77, 

and living in Pike county Georgia. 

John and Mary Jenkins had the following children j 

Sal .y B Jenkins born December 2 1797 

Polly W. " born May 16 1801 

Lewisa " born Aug 10 1803 

Jesse " born Nov 1 1804 

Francis A " born Nov 17 1310 

Johi: R " born March 4 1813 

Mahala born October 1 1815 . o 



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VIRGINIA SExC^ICE OF vVILLIA:i KINDLE S 2705 Page 36 -- 

DEC^.ARATrON was made 1832 September 5th in Greene 
County Tennessee by v.'illiam Kindle a^e 72 . ho wp )lied 
ander the .-.ct -of June 7 1832. 

He states he entered service 1776 and previous 
taereto resided in C'JL2E2i?ER CO l^TY VIRGINIA and after the 
capture of Bur^oyne and the transfer of the prisoners to 
ALBEB'L.KLE BARILA.CKS , he entered under Capt Porter as he thinkr 
of the2ud regiment of Va troops or line in Culpepper 
Co Va to go on duty j to the Albemarle barricks durinf; 
tie keeping of that barracks for the prisoners and was 
stationed at said place as a guard under Porter, his 
Colonel at the Barricks, he disremembers, bat thinks 

? 'le then entered service until the barricks was 
abandoned and prisoners taken to Winchester, about 2 years and 
enlisted a second time at the Albemarle barracks in th.e fal^ 
1778 for the war under Ca,pt Kirkpatrick, after2nd regt 
of the Va line and marched to the South near the North 
Carolina line and .joined the main army under Gen Greene 
andfreq. lently m.arched from point to point in the Garclinas 

watching the movement of Cornwa lis.V/as in no engageraen' 

j.ntil siege of Little York when and where Cormvallis 
surrendered in which siege he was. 

After the siege of Little York the army mdf 
Wayne .^^ . ". ret irnedto t-ie south and was stationed 
at Savanneh d.iring the sum;aer after the siege of york 
in orderto keep the Britsh from mailing inroads into the countrv 
and continued in garrison at Savana i until the British re- 
treated and finally evacuatedthe country and marched back 
to Va and discharged b.' Ca t Kirkpatrick. 

Ke was in the battle of Brandywine before 
t le march to tiie south, but was marched to the north and 
was in the said battle of Brandywine. 

DECORATION was made in PERRY CO TIF^ESSFE iiPRIL 9 
1838 by w'm Kindle who states he for;ierly resided in 
Green Co Teni; from where he has lately removed that he was 
residing in Perry Co Tenn, in the western district Tenn 
where he intends to remain and wishes his pension 
pa able atJackson in "v.'esterDist Ten .; the reason for 
removing he has only one son George Kindle resides in Perry 

and he is himself age 84 and is in helpless condition 
and now Bsidos ana wishes to remain v«ith his said son to b 
havecare and protection in his old age. 

kYFIDL'^'T CF IUC'TA'^". BROILEP SE^'IOR in Greene Co 
Tennessee A .r 13 1831, states he was acquainted vjith 
Wm Kindle who enlisted during the Revolution under Capt 
John Porter and he served j.nder Col Hamilton of the 2nd 
regiment of this deponent, said he frequently saw Wm I'indle 
in the service of the [1 S und atthe end of the war he saw 
him ret rning home with his napsaok on his back. 

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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF PET^R KINDER AND IMRGARET R 5931 

DECLARATION of Mar,'_raret Kinder in WYT^Til COUi-ITY VIRGINIA 

June 5, 1845 age 88 on lot:-; .vionth. Slie ap ;lied under the 

Act of July 7 1838, stat s she Is the widow of Peter Kinder, 

a soldier of the Revolutionary war, who was drafed or enlisted 
in Wythe Co Va 1780 and ser ed until the battle of Guilford cou 
House North Carolina, was was wounded -was shot so t at he 
had to give up. Served over one year under General Gates and 
then General Green , and Gen Rutherford. 

Tnat she was married to Peter Fvinder 1774, that 
Peter Kinder died 22 Se t 1807, that the marriage took place 
prior E to 1794 . 

Affidavit of George Porter in Wythe Co Va 1845 Dec 13, 
stating John Hanger of said county before Geo Porter the 
J P stating from the register in his possession it api^ears 
that on Sept 22 1809, he preached the funeral address for Peter 
Kinder a member of the LUTHiiRAN CONGREGATION OP SAID COU"NTY. 

AFFIDAVIT MADE BY ELIJAH HAT/VKINS, PASTOR OF LUTHi^RAN CHIj'RCH 
that extract from the records of the j_.UTHiiRAN AND GERLiAN 
REFORi..ED GHJRCH OF VVYTHE COUNTY VA from the records of 
Deaths of Margaret Kinder wo died x on 23 October 1845. 
signed Elijah Hawkins. 
Said Elijah Hawkins of Wyphe CO VA pastor of the Luthern 
church, states the above is a true copy from the records of 
deaths of .aid church book and that he preached her funerai 
at the time she was buried being 25 October 1845. 

AFFIDAVIT IN IrrYTIiE CO VA by John Doak 1845 Dec 20 
stating that he was acquainted with reter Kinder and his wife 
and knows that he vi/as cai:.ed into service to North Carolina 
during the Revolutionary war and has alwasys under stood that 
he was wounded during the said service. 

DECLARATION made in "iVythe Co Va 1845 Dec 3 by George 
Kinder, administrator of Margaret Kinder who applied under 
the act of 1836 July 4, t at sa d Margaret Kinder was ?/idow 
of Peter Kinder of the Revolution . and at battle of Guilford 
was shot and wounded so that he had to quit serv ce . t-at 
Peter Kinder died 22 Sept 1809 fiat she was married to him 
prior to his leaving service. 

AFFIDAVIT OF JULY AilN CHAPr.E IN ^YYTHE CO VA 1845 stating 
aie 93, was acquainted with Peter Kinder and wife before they 
married and afterwards, she lived with them one winter after 
they married. She knew he v/as called to service. She "new his 
wife Vi^ent over the Blue Ridge to bring him home ater he v/as 
wounded . 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP IWLLIAr. LACK SO 10079 SO 6439 

He served as Corporal under Capt Wm Freeland £: Ca t Flood's 

companies of the Virginia militia. 

RESIDjiFCE 1850 tu 1871 in SMITH CGUivrTY TS^r:-ESSES 

POST OFFICiis CARTHAGE, xi^listed December 29 1813 add Aiig 29 

1814 and dischar ed A.jril 11 and Dec 21 1814 or Feb 21, 1815. 

Declarations were :-,iade in Smith County Tennessee 1850 

1851, 1352 and 1871 bj' said Vi/illiara . • Lack. He was age 

62 in 1850, states he served as corporal under Capt Wa I. 

Freeland' s company in the 100th 3at to 4ti? bri-ade 47th 

regiment of Light Infantry of Vir inia, under Col Gray 

, that he volunteered in BUCKINGHAi,! COUNTY VA about March 

10th 1814 for six months and continued for six nonths and 

disc-iarrged at Cam p Carter 21 Feb 1815, which is shwn by 

his discharge attached to his papersi Signed by Vim J Freeland 

captain 

In his declaration filed in Smith County Tennessee 

April 10 1871 he stated he was age 82. That the name of his 

wife was POLLY A1\TN LACK to whom he was married in Buckingham 

Co ;a J that his said wife is deceased, that he volunteered 

in Biickingham County Va Atv 1, 1814.. and discharged belovi/ 
Richmond Va at Cam < Carter Feb 1 1S15, That previous to 
the term of service above described, he served 3 months 
as a substitute for V/illiaiu R, Thomas and was stationed 
nearly all the time at the Peach Orchard near . Norfolk 
Va, that in his 2nd term the com any was sent from 
BUCKINGHAI.'i Cv:URT HOUSE VA AUG 1814 and went to Richmond Va and 
from there to Camp Carter and remained until discharged. 

That he lives now ' " 7^ miles east of east ? T;^at by 
mistake of Capt his na^ne ap ears on the roll as "LAX'' 
Instead of Lack,". 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP CORl^LIUS McPAL.l, S 5753 Page - 39 

DECLAR/iTION was made in ALBEMARLE COUNTY VIRGI^IIA NOVEIIBSR 
29, 1832 by Cornelius i.icFall, age 98, who applied under 
the Act of June 7 , 1832 . 

He stated he was EORII 1734 (he thinks) in ANTRIIJ IRLLAim 
but has no record of his age^ that he emigrated to VIRGINIA 
and landed in HAivlPTON sometime in 1775 j for a while he lived 
in neighborhood of Hampton, from there he went to county of 
AUGUSTA, VIRGINIA, and followed the trade of a V/EAVER; that 
ho married in last named county and removed from there to 
Albemarle county where he made a purchase of land and settled 
until he was drafted in the Militia « The precise year date 
not recollected; tho it v/as the year that Burgoyne's troops 
were first stationed at the jU.bemarle barracks, where he was 
stationed about 4 months as a guard at the barracks, under Capt 
Idttn Grayson in Grissom, the regiment to which he was attached v/as 
commanded by Col GROCI<ZET, that after his discharge he was again 
drafted in the militia, in Albemarle Co and marched from there 
to the neighborhood of Yorktown under Capt Lea' e, whore he was 
attach -.d to a regiment, under Col Reuben Lindsay, v/hich was 
under General Nelson | that this occurred prior to the 
possession of Yorktown by Lord Cornwallis; that it was the same 
same year skirmishes was had with the enemy at Grsenspring? 
in the neighborhood of Yorktown j thence he v/as marched to 
MOVIN HILLS, where he was discharged; thence returned to 
Albemarle and was '. again in a very s hort time drafted 



VIRGINIA SErJyiCJi; OP CORNELIUS McPALL S 5753 Page -40 

PAGE 2 continued: 

in the militia and marched with a portion of the prisoners 

to Winchester, where remained in service for a few weeks, he Vif?.' 

discharged, but receiv4dd no written discharge, returned to 

Albemarle, where he has resided ever since. 

The name of persons to whom he was laii-wn in his 
neigh orhood were Samuel McCord, Solomon Wood and William 
Black. One affidavit of Peter or Porter Cleveland a clergyman 
and Joseph Alexander in said county 1832 29th Nov, were 
acquainted with this soldier. 

AFFIDAVIT OF SOLOMON WOOD AlxJD TO/i BLACK in said co" nty stat 
state they were in service as drafted militia at tho siege of 
York and recollect to have seen Cornelmus McPall in service 
in the militia • 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP THOMAS McGEORGE S 2801 --FAGE 41 

DECLARATION was made in Vi/ARREN GOIJl^TY TENNESSEE October 10 

1833 by Thomas McGeorge who ap ;lied under the Act of June 7, 

1832. 

The follovifing data are obtained from the papers on file in th; 

Re olutlonary war claim for pension S 2801, based upon the 

military service of Thomas McGeorge in that war. 

He was BORN Jan 23, 1758 in Hanover County Virginia. 

The names f his parents are not shown. iVhile a resident of 

Boteetourt Co Va, he enlisted April 1778 and served six months 

as private in Capt Joseph Renfro's Virginia company » He enliste 

in May 1779 and served six months as private in Capt Eason's 

Va company. He enlisted June 1780 and ser ed six months as 

privqte in Capt Cummins' Company^ Col Charles Lynch' s Va regimen 

He enlisted, served 3 months as orderly sert^eant in Col Hugh 

Crockett's Va regiment, was n the battles of ViihitsalJ's Mills 

and Guilford and discharged March 19 1781. He was afterwards 

appointed by Col Vi/m Vi/ard to purchase provisions for the BRITISH 
prisoners, who had bean moved from Albemarle Barracks to 
Vi/inchester and served 3 months in that ^ capacity. 

IN DECEMi:.ER 1816 he moved from Botetourt Co Va to IQJOX 
COUJITY KENTUCnY and in Aug 1822 moved to WARREN COUl^TY TENN . 
He also lived in Blount, Alafaama and Franklin Tennessee for 
short periods. 

He died April 27 1834 but place not stated. 
There are no family data.. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF Vi/TLLIAi/I McGEORGE S 38201 --Page 42 

DECLARATION was made by Viilliam McGeorge June 28, 1819 

age 63 and resided In King Lllliam County Virginia. 

V'/illiam McGeorge enlisted in King Vi/illiam County Virginia 

February 14^ 1778, served as a privafee in Gapt Reuben Lipscomb', 

company. Col Holt Richardson's Va regiment was in the battle 

of Monmouth and was dischar; ed Feb 19 1779. 

He died Nov 26, 1822, in King vftlliam County Va. 

He married Elizabeth. Her maiden name, date and place of 

birth and names of her parents are not shown. She was living 

in King William County Virginia in 1844. 
Nc 
\¥ E/George, a child of the solder and wife, jiillzabeth 

was living in 1344. N ' nai^^es of any other children are shown. 



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VIRGINIA SERVIC _. OP BASIL MIDDLETON MD MaRY \nb522 
Bounty land warrant 358 for 450 acres. 

It appears from the papers in the Revolutionary war pension 

claim No Vif 18522 that Basil Ivliddleton was appointed in 

December 1777, surgeon and served until the close of the war 

in Giblonel V/illiam Russell's Virginia Regiment. 

He died 1809 in Prince George County Virginia. 

The soldier married in September 1788, t Miss Mary 
Belchers or Belscher. 

She died September 15, 1841 at the home of Mr and Mrs 

John Cargill in SUSSEX C0TJ1^"TY VIRGINIA. 

THEIR CHILDREN WERE- 
First child, name not given, died v/hen he was age 4 months old 
Benjamin of Petersburg, Vir ,inia, who died leaving neither wife 
or children. 

George who died without heirs. 

Aubin, who married and left 2 sons Arthur and George B Aubin, 
who married and left 2 sons, Arthur and George B. 

Arthur and George B Middleton were allov/ed pension due 
their grand mother, Mary, widow of Basil Middleton, 

There are no further data as to the family. 



WAR OP 1812 -r'age 44 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP ISAAC MIDDLETON AUD JOaI^L-;A OR JOHAl^NA 
WO 9784 WC 5538 who served as private under Caot Plood 
in the Virginia militia, 

DECLARATION v/as made in J:' AGE COUNTY VIRGINIA 1850 

Nov 30 hy Isaac Liddleton age 67 a resident of said count y^ 

He stated he was a private in company of Capt Flo d in 4th 

regiment of Va militia, conu.ianded by Lt Col Tho . H. V/oodlng 

that he was drafted in Prince William Co Va 1st Jan 1814. 

for 3 months and served 3 months. and honorably dischar ed 

at Gamp in the rear of the line North of GORDEN BATTERY: 

PORT Barbour Norfolk on 11th April 1814- he ao .lied for 
bounty land warrant. ALSO DECLARATION Vi/AS :..ADE CN PAGE GO VA 
1855, stating about the same as the above. 

APFIDAVIT OP DAVID LIDDLETON in Page Co Va July 21 
1873 states he is age 30 and is a son of Isaac I.Ilddleton 
deceased, ; that his said father lived in ^age Co Va when he 
drev/ his land warrant for service rendered in t^ie v/ar of 
1812 o 'i'hat his mother Joannah Mlddleton is still living 
and Is still a widov;. 

DECLARAITON OP A v/IDOW POR FE1\ISI0N made m Page Co Va 
April 11 1871 by Joanah Mlddleton age 84 states she is the 
v/ldow of Isaac Mlddleton j that she was married under name of 
Joannah Dods n to Isaac Liddleton about Jan 20 1815 
by Elder Lewis Conner at Broaddus Mill, that her hsuband died 
at Needmore, July 16 1362. 

APPID.VIT OP JONAS CAVE in Page Co Va 1873 stating 
age 87, tnat he was a soldier in war of 1812, aid nov; a 
pensioner, that he v/as acquainted v;lth Isaac Mlddleton up to 
date of his death, having lived one mile of his residence, 
t at they frequently talked about the war. 

APFIDAVIT IN .AGE CO VA 1873 by \;illiam Mlddleton. states he 
is a son of Isaac and Joannah Mlddleton, tl at he was age 58 
on the 7th March, that his mother is stil-. living and remains 
a widow. 

SEVERAL AFFIDAVITS SHOWING that Isaac Mlddleton drev/ bounty 
land warrants were given in the file. 



VifAR OP 1812 --rage 45--- 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JACOB HIDDLETON AND MARY BOUI'ITY LAND 
WARRAj'TS NTOIBERS 54560 for 80 acres in 1850 and 48907 
for 80 acres in 1855. lie was a private under Capt Ashby 
in the Virginia militia. 

DECLARATION WAS PILED IN TiJSCARWAS COU.iTY OHIO Jan 13 1851 
by Jacob Ivliddleton age 57 states he was a private under Capt 

Espich in the Va militia under Oen Harrison in the v/ar of 1812. 

that he volunteered at i'lorgantovm Virginia about Se..t 1, 1812 
for six months and served seven months and was honora3)ly dischd 
at Port Meigs Ohio April 8 1813, as will appear by the muster 
rolls of said com any, his original certificate he gave to Josej 
Joseph (illegible nai^e) for safe keeping and it cannot be 
found . 

APPIDAVIT OP mi V/ALIER IN GUERNSEY CO OHIO 1851 Dec. 
4th. age 62, states he knows Jacob Middfeeton who was a 
volunteer 'jnder Capt Nathan Espick in the 2nd regiment of 
militia commanded by Col Dudley Evans in the war of 1812 
that he volunteered at Jai.ES Vi/EBSTER'S IN MONONGAEAilA CO VA 
about Sept 1812 and served about 7 months and was discharged 
at Fort Meigs ^hio 9th April 1813. 

Declaration made in Tuscarwas Co Ohio by Mary 
Mlddleton f said county states she is the widow of Jacob 
Middleton to whom bounty land warrant No 54566 for 80 
acres issued under Act of 1850 on the ord Feb 1854.. 

T,,at her husband Jacob Middleton died before the 
warrant came to him, 

AFFIDAVIT OF Vflvi WALLER of Guernsey Co Ohio st^^tes 
he received for his service in the war of 1812 a boujity land 
warrant No 12914, issued Aug 8 1851, that he was well acquaintd 
with Jacob Middleton before he entered ser vice, and knew 
him to have entered about Sept 20 1812, that he and Middleton 
lived at that t ime about 4 miles distant, that he left the 
neighborhood, the same day, that Jacob Middleton' s company 
left; that he was a member of Lt Paul's company and they v/ere 
together almost every day up to the time they were discharged 
at Fort Meigs Apr 9 1813. 

AFPIDAV T WAS ALSO IiADE BY JOSEPH V/ALLER of Guernsey Co 
Ohio 1852 stating he also belonged to Lt Paul's company, 
that Lenard Cup was Capt and well acquainted with Jacob 
Middleton. DECLARATION was made by Mary riiddleton 56 widow of 
Jacob in Tuscarawas Co Ohio 1856. That they married 1319 I ar 
11, (her name before marriage looks like "Chill or Child?) 



--Page 46 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JO :^I LIIDDIETON OR MIDETON AND ELEANOR 

W 7464 bounty land v/arrant 28594 for 160 acres 

In 1855 

DECLARATION made August 25 ^ 1832 while a resident of 

Harrison county Virginia. He died Jan 31 1837 at his 

res--dence in Harrison Co Va, which was made by John 

Mlddleton who applied under the Act of 1832 June 7th. 

John Mlddleton was BORi^I November 20 1761, in j-OUDOUN 

COUNTY VIRGINIA, where he resided until 1796 when he moved 

to Harrison Co Va. 

Vi/hile a resident of Loudoun Go Va, he enlisted in Sept. 

1780, and served 3 months as a private in Ca t John Butcher's 

and Daniel Flggins' Va companies. He enlisted April 1781, 

and ser ed 3 months as a private in Capt Francis Berry's 

company, Col Elias Edmunds' Va regiment. 

John Mlddleton married March 28 1797 in Winchester, 

Frederick County Va to Eleanor Hardy. 

The widow Eleanor Mlddleton was allowed pension on her 

application executed July 15, 1837 at which time she was 

a e 78 and a resident of Harrison Co Va, where she was 

still living in 1855. 

In 1851 reference was made to children but no names 
were designated 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension, the na 
name and address of person paid, and possibly t foe date 
of soldier's widovi? Eleanor liiddleton, you should v/xite to 
the Comptroller General, General Account ng Office, Records 
Division, Vfeshington D C and cite the fol owing: 

Eleanor Mlddleton widow of John Mlddleton 
certificate No 839, issued Aug 13 1851, rate $20 per annum 
commenced March 4 1848 under Act of July 29 1848 
Virginia (WHEELING ) AGENCY. 



Page 47 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JO.: I>I i,IIDDLETON S 2847 

Declaration of John Liddleton age 70 in October 28, 1833 
in HIGHLMD COUNTY OHIO, 

He stated he was BORl^I IN LANCASTER COTOJTY PENx^SlOLVANIA 

April 24th (or 28?) 1764, has no record of his age. When 

called into service ^e lived in Shenandoah Go Va when called 

into service; that he lived in that county until 1813, when he 

moved to HIGHLAND CO OHIO where he has ever since lived. 

fhat m the first tour of his service he volunteered and in 

al- the rest he was drafted -knev; .ENERAL v'/ASHINGTOiT AI-;D 

iviUHLSNBERG . In Sept 1777 he volunteered in company of Va 

militia under Capt Thomas Buck at Woodstock Va and marched 

soon after he joined to Pittsburgh Pa, where he joined the 
regiment under Col Gibson ;, remained at Pittsburgh about six 
months when he marched under said officers to Vl/HEELING VA 
v/here he remained until he served out his time of 3 months 
for which he volunteered, when he received a written discharg 
and returned home, Th ^ s service was to protect the fronteri 
of Pennsylvania and Va from the attack of hostile Indians. 

In July 1778 he was drafted at iVoodstock, Va and served 
under Ca t Daly? Downy, marched to Falmouth soo afterwards, 
was drafted, vi/here he remained several days, marched to 
Richmond where his company joined the regiment of Va militia 
under Col Bdmlston and they remained in Richmond \intil he 
had served out the terra of which he was drafted. He then 
marched under his Captain to Woodstock aad dischcr^edi after 
serving 3 months » In iaarch 1779 he was again drafted at 
Woodstock Va under Capt Jacob Prewit? marchd to Richmond 
- in 1779 in September xvas again drafted at Woodstock efor 12 
months, under Col John Brown, -he took 2 American deserters, 
put them in prison at Wo.'dstock. and in 3e t 1780 he v;as 
again drafted for the Va militia at Woodstock under Capt 
Jacob Pruewit or Penewit? marched to Richmond, . 
Tiiere is no data on file as to family. 
The correct name of above mentioned Captain v;as Jacob 
Prewit, but it was illegi ly v/ritten) 



VIH&INIA SER'/ICi^ OP MARTIN MOOITEY S 38234 Page 48—- 

DECLARATION was made in Albemarle County Virginia 1818 June 1 
by Martin Mooney, claim No S38234, 

MARTIN MOONEY WAS BORN JULY 1752, but the place of his birth 
and names of parents are not shown. 

He enlisted In Albemarle county Virginia about 1775, and 
served In Capt vh\ Fontaine's Va company, and in Col Charles L 
Lewis' 14th Virginia Regimez-t, and he v/as in the battle of 
Long Bridge; after the termination of this service he again 
enlisted, served in Capt VVm Lev/ls' company, Col Jesse Cleveland's 
North Carolina regiment, was in the battles of King's Mountain, 
Guilford Courthouse, and at the siege of NINj::.TY-SIX; entire 
length of his service was thj ee years » 

He married Patsy her maiden name date and place 

of their marriage is not shovm. 

In 1820 it was stat d that said Patsy was age 58 and in 1824 

age 65. In 1820 a son, age 15 \vas referred to but his name was 

not given. In 1822 one Robert Mooney resided in Rockbridge 

county Virginia, but no relationship to the family of this 

soldier was not shown. 

In order to obtain tJie date of last payment of pension, 
the name and address of person paid and possibly the date of 
death of the Revolutionary v/ar pensioner, Martin Mooney 
No S 38234, you* should address the Gom.ptroller General 
in General Accounting Office, Records Division, l;/ashington D G 
and cite the following data. 

Martin Mooney, Certificate No 6825 issued Feb 2, 1819 
rate of ;|p8 per month, cormnenced June 1, 1818 (1818) Act of March 
18 1818, Virginia Agency. 



-Page 49 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP RICH/iRD i.IOONEY Mm MIj.lY W 3855 

The following records are from pension cla -:m No t'i3855 
of Richard Ilocney who enlisted in .ilbemarle county, Virr;inia, 
in June 1779 and served in Gapt John. Marks' Virginia coi.ipany 
and in Colonel Richard Gamphell's Virginia regiment, was in 
the battle of STONE, GUILFORD COURT HOUSE AND C/u,'DEN, siege 
of NINETY SIX and battle of EUTAVlf SPRINGS; he stated that 
he served 18 months. 

He was allowed pension on his application executed iipril 
6, 1819, at which time he v/as a resident of Albemarle Jo Va 
and v/as age 57 in 1820 gave his age as 61. 

He married December 25, 1788 in iilbemarle Go Va to 
MILLY OR LilLiEY Ci-iRROLi, , The name also apears as Ivlildred. 

The widow Milley pensioned as Mil.:y, was allovi'ed pension on 

her application executed November 26, 1341, at which time she 

was residing in Albemarle Go Va, where she stated she had '. 

always lived and gave her age as 68. In 1820- soldier had 

stated that his v/ife, Milly was age 55. In 1843 she stated 

that she v/as age 68. She died jiugust 5, 1851. The names of 

tliQ following childied are shcv/n| 

RICHARD L'iOONEY S in 1820 was age 16, /jiderson Mooney in 1820 

was age 13, John Mooney in 1820 was age 11, Thomas iiooney in 

1820 was age 9. 

In 1850 tne naiue Patsy Mooney, ap ears, but no relationship 
to tlie family was shown. Tbere are no further family data. 
His certificate was No 9922, issued April 29- 1819, at rate 
of ^8 per month, com-ionced Aug 8 1318 under Act of I'/iarch 18 
1818, Virginia Agency. 



VIRGINIA SEEVICE OP JONATHAN IIUNJDAY S 5795 Page -50-- 

The data follov/ing v/ere obtained fron pension clalr:i S5795 
based upon service in the Revolutionary v/ar of Jonathan I.iunday. 
He was BORN 1754 in Alber.iarle county Virginia. The na/;os of his 
parents are not given. 

K-hile a resident of Alber.iarle Go Va Jontahn luunday enlisted 
1775 served 2 raonths as private in Capt Robert Harris' cunoany 
Colonel Nicholas LeviTis' Virginia regiment. A year or 2 
afterwards he enlisted, date not stated, and served 2 r.ionths 
as private in Capt Dal ton's company. Col Stubblef ield' s Virginia 
re.^iment . He enlisted About June 1, 1778, to march to Richmond 
and ser ed as private in Capt Harris' Va company, marched to 
Yorkto^Am and was present at the surrender there. His entire 
service in the Revoliztion amounted to 8 months. 

The soldier continued to reside in Albemarle Co Va after the 
Revolution and was allowed pension on his application e xecvited 
Oct> uer 2, 1832, v/hile living there. He died June 11 1833. 

No family data are given in the claim. 

In order to obtain date of last payi-nent of pension and name 
of person paid, you should apply to the Comptroller General, 
General Accounting Office, records division, Washington D C and 
cite the following j JONAT AiJ LiX'KDAYs CERTIPIGATxi: NO 4920, 
issued Jan 31, 1833 rate of .j|i26o66 per annum, commenced L.arch 4, 
1831, Act of June 7 1832, Virginia Agency. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE CP SAl.irJEL MUWDAY S 38248 Page 51 

DECLARATION was made November 7, 1820 in Albemarle County 
Virginia by Samuel Munday age 59 a resident of said county, 
states he served in the Revolutionary war; that he marched from 
said county in 1779 in the company of Caot Wm Lewis of the 
regiment of Colonel Green Haws in the Continental establishment 
and continued in the said corps until 1781, when he was dischar- 
ged in Salesbury North Carolina; that he was in the battle of 
Guilford Courthouse and Camden, and seige of NINETY SIX, and 
Eutaw Springs, as will appear by a reference to a declaration 
filed Feb 7 in the present year and a pension certificate No 

iL 17545, granted to said Munday. 

He filed a schedule of his property. That he has a wife 
3 months older than himself, and he has a son and a daughter 
living with him, both grov;n and of age on whose labor he is 
dependent for support. 

affidavit/of JOHN WATSON, AND MARTIN DAVIDSON, W.-I WOODS 
AND FRAI^K CARR IN ALBEMARLE CO VA FEB 7 1820, 

State Samuel Munday age 60 of this county personally appeared 
in open court makes the following declaration; That Samuel 

Munday enlisted in Albemarle Co Va 1779 un-ier Capt William 
Lewis and Col Greene and Haws in the Continental Establishment, 
and continued to serve until 1781, when he was discharged from 
service at Salisbury N G; and mentioned the various battles same 
as already mentioned. 



Page 52 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP CHAl/IPAION NAPPER OLD WAR INVALID AND VHDOW 
RKjr'iCTED FILE NO 16716 

Ke served as prl te in the Vir3inia militia Infantry. 

DECLARATION VuaS Made in LaPorte , county Indiana Sentember 6 
1365 by Cnarnpaig Nap er age 72 a resident of Mor an Station 
in said county states he enlisted at Cabfell county Va 
as a private under Caot Burv/elj. Spurlock in the Va Infantry 
Volunteers in 1815. That he served in company of Ga:)t Spurloc^' 
for nearly 6 months ^ ; which v/as a few days after the Battle of 
New Orleans, tnat he has lost his papers. 

He states that he ap;lied through Col May for a la;d 
warra t and obtained it upon a state of facts . 



J/AR OP 1812 -I- age 53-- 

~iJITED STATL'S INPAl^TRY S1]R\'TG^ OF ISAAC NAPIER 
VIRGINIA infantry OR NAPPSR SO 12300 SO 15455 

BOUNTl^ LA D Vl'ARRAiv-T 4639 for 160 acres in 1855 
Name of his widow was ftlisal eth Napier, he served 1st 
Sgt, Capt James Langster'c co 12th United States Infantry 
^-listed June 28 1814 and discnarged Dec 31 1814. 
Residence 1850 the residence of soldier v/as Clinton Go Ky 
and 1871 in Cumberland, Co, Ky at Berksvi'lle, the 
widow Elizabeth Napier, to whom he was married April 10 1818 
in fthite county Tennessee at Sparta. 

Isaac Napier made declarati :n n Cumberland Go Ky 
April 18 1871 a e 89 t at he was enlisted in Ccpt Jai'ies 
Langster's or Santortar? Co 12th V;_rginia Infantry 
He was discharged at Staunton Va about 4th Aug 1315 

He was at the Siege of Norfolk during the v/h-.. le ti-MC, that 
he enlisted for five years, but was engaged in no battle 
but said siege of Norfolk Va. He received a land v/arrant 

DECLARATION was made 1850 in Clinton Co Ky by Isaac Napier 

(sometimes called Nap er) a^:e 68 a resident of Clinton Co Ky 
that he was a first 3er=^;eant in company of Cam , James Langster 

in 12th regiment " S Infantry in war of 1312 t lat he enlisted 
IN lEE COUNTY VIRGINIA about 28 Juje 1814 for five years and 
served 4 months and 14 days and discharged at Staunton Va . 
12 Nov 1814. . . 



WAR OP 1812 J . Page 54_.. 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHl^ NAPIER OR NAPrER AND SPICEY WO 1589 

^ . X , a"d W C 1104 

He served under J M McLaurence in the Virginia militia. 

Bounty land warrant No 30 .44 for 160 acres in 1855 
Enlisted Aug 4 1814 and discharged Nov 2 1814c 

Residence of v/idov/ 1853 and 1870 was Albemarle county Va 
and in 1855 and 1871 was Pluvanna County Virginia. 

her maiden name was Spicey Hardy. They married October 20 1813 in 
Buckingham county Virg nia and he died May 9 1841 iij said 
Buc'cingham Co Va. 

CERhlPIED COPY EP MARRIA EE RlJCORD WAS PILED IN ThE PAPERS 
by R Eldridge Clerk of Buc ingham Co Va 1353 Jan 11, showing that 
John Napier and Spicey Hardy were married by John Ayres a 
minister 1813 October 20th. 

DECLARATION was made by Spicey Napier in Albemarle Co Va 
19th i.'iarch 1853 by her age 48 statin:;, Jo n Naper deceased a 
private under Capt John Gannaway in 24th regiment of militia under 
Col Woodward in the war of 1812 in Buckingham Co Va, where he was 
drafted about Aug 2 1814 for six months and served five months 
and 29 days and discharged at Port Bar at Norfolk Va Jan 5 1815 <. 
Th.at his dischare was burnt in the house in Buckingham Co Va. 

That she was married in Buck ngham Co Va 20 Oct 1813. 
tat her name before m^arriage was Spicey Hardy; that he died in 
Buckingham Co Va 22 May 1841, and she remains his widow. 

She made declaration in Buckingham Co Va J ly 6, 1855, also, 
stating about the same as previously. ^ 

Declaration was also made in A Ibemarle Co Va 1870 Sepo 
25 by Spicy Napoer or Napier a-e 70 a resident of Scottsvil^.e, 
Albemarle Co Va" states she is widow of John Napper or Napier deed. 

APPIDAVITS M/iDE BY JOSEPH WALKER AND JAIvIES M NOEL m nlbemarle 
Co Va 1871 sept 13 stating f ..t they have been resid 'nts of 
Scottsvilie Va said county near the line of Pluvanna county /a 
- with Spicey Napier or Nap er, for many years, and rememoer Jo-jn 
Napier or Napoer husband of Spicy Napier; and know she has 
remained the widow of M John Napper or Napier, 
remain ^.^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ PLUVAI«iA CO VA 18 April 1871 

by Spicey Napier or Nap,er age 74, resident o^ ScottsviLe 
Albemarle Co Va, ; that he belonged to regiment of C-lonei luomas 
sallow, she thiAks it was the lOth regiment and 7th o^JS^^^^^q,^ 
He was drafted at Lipscom.b Old Field on 4th A...g 18x4 
and was honorably discharged at Norfolk on or about 4th Peb lol5 
that he was never in any battle. . 



WAR OF 1812 ^^Se 55--- 

ViRGINIA SSRVICi^ OF MIGAJAH OR McCAGER, MYCAGER MD 

RODY OK RliODA NAPIER( r Nappier or 

NAPEER ? 
SO 19514 SO 15761 WO 42569 VaC 35421 
Bounty land warrant 25247 for 80 acres in 1850 and 
21351 for 80 acres in 1S55. 

He served private Cnot Jeremiah Neal in the Virginia 
militia. 

Affidavits made m Breathitt county Ky Dec 4 1882 
by Rody Nappier a^^e 41 in said county the widov/ of McCager 
Nappier , tlat she was '-'.arrled to him in Perry Co Ky Dec 6 
1866 by Zachariah Fu ate a minister, that her na^ae before 
marriage was Rody Clements , that i.IcCager Napper died at 
home in Ky Aug 8 1882. j that since h s discharge they had 
resided in Perry Co Ky. 

There were several affidavits one of Patrick Nao ier, E B 
E B Curdwell , Lswis x Nap^jier and Rody Nap -j^er 

CERTIFIED COPY OP TEo hilRRIAGE RECORD OF r,5ICA ER NAFIER 

OF PERI-Y CO Dec 5 1856 to Rhody Clemismons of Perrv a.ue 25 

and iviacCager Napier was age 74 , by Zachariah Pia ate minister 

of the Baptist church, attested by M H Napier, M C Napier 

and Hendley Fugate 1866 » 

POWER OP ATTORI'EjT BY RHODA POUCH, L^^TE WIDOW OF 

hY CAGeR NAPIER A SOLOIER OF THE WAR OF 1812, post office; 

Jackson Ky, Breathitt count j' appointed Sara Downey of 

Washington D G her attorney. 

AFFIDAVIT OF R'lODY NAP.IER STaTING she had not been 
previously married but her husband had been previously marrif 
but his wife had died before their marriage, he resid-d in 
Perry Co Ky and was age 79 at date he recei ed pension 
MYCAGER NAPIER made declaration in WOLFE CO KY 
1872 Iviarch 19th . . HE /iSo I;LJ3E DECLARATION IN BREATHITT 
CO KY March 15, 1351. a;: e 58 o 

CERTIFIED COPY OF .h.RRIAGi. RECORD 3ET'.:EEil UNTHAN- 
POUCH MD RHODa CLEj'IONS aT HOME OF GSOR-E SEWEL " IN 
BREATHITT GO KY in presence of James Keith and J 6 Hays 
On Oct 13 1888. 

DE'LARATION of Rody Pouch late wdo of Micajer 
Napier in Breathitt Co . :y No 42569 on June 15 1892 tr.e 
claimant Rody Pouch age 51 of Jacks r post office, Ky 
in Breathitt co Ky states she was married to Unthani". 
Pouch 18 Oct 1888 

-icaiah NaDier enlisted at Jonesville, Va ana served 
under Caot Nea' of the Va militia from 7-20-1814 to Feb 20 



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WAR OF 1812 6 " 

VIRGINIA S. RVICii OF MICaJAJT OR McGAGi^JR NAPPIx^.R MTD 

Roda or Rhoda " '' " """ So 19314 SO 15' 

WC 42569 WC 35421 

TlTat he was allowed pension on his a plication executed 

I\Iay 23 1871, while a resident of Perry Co Ky, age 73 - he 

died Aug 8 or 9 1882. 

i-le married Dec 5 1866 in Perry Co Ky to Rhods or Rnody 

Cleinmons or Celemiits. SHe was allowed pension on 

on her application executed Dec 21, 1883, in Jacksnn, Ky. 

age 42 o Sne married Oct 18 1388 to Unthank Fouch. 

In 1891 soldier's son GSROME NAPIER was living 
in Breathitt ^o Ky. 

i. oCager Napier raade declaration in Owsley Co Ky 
1871 in Perry Co Ky 1855 st. ting he married Rrioda 
demons in Perry Co Ky Oct 1866 that he served as volunteer 
under Capt Jeremiah Neal n the 7th Va regiment, at Jonesvill^ 
Va July 1814 and dischar-ed at Norfol'^ Va . 8 Feb 1814 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF WILLIAi.i P NAPIER S 15944 Page 57--- 

DECLARATION v/as made 1833 Au,^,-ast 12th in Caroline County Va 
by V/ILjI^IAM P NAPIER 
/^ge between 67 and 70. 

The data which follovi; v/ere obtained from the papers on file 

in pension claito S 15944, based upon the Revolutionary war service 

of said Vto P Napier. 

He states he v/as BORI\[ -reared and educated in GO.CHLAND CO VA 
- The date of his birth is not given, nor are the names of his 
parents shown, 

William :? Napier in Dec 1779 and ser ed 2 tours at the barrac 
barracks in ALBEiii^RLE COUNTY VA -one tour under Capt Jolin Curd, 
and one under Capt Warner Lev/is. He enlisted 1730 for 6 months 
under Col Nathaniel G IJorris, but before his enlistment had expiree 
he reenlisted for 18 months and s er ed under Capt Bratcher in 
Col Woodson's Va regiment, and was in LaFa/ette's army in the 
engagement at Jamestwwn and m the Siege of Yorktovm, v/as dischd 
Nov 1781. He also served from. Aoril to June 1782 under Capt 
D. swell axTd Richardson at Yorktovm to place the cannon on vessels 
to be carried to NEW YORK. 

There is no reference to wife of children. 



Page 58 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP MATHEW NOLAl^T) R 7684 

Declaration / made In PAYETTE COUNTY ENTUCKY 1834 May 12th 

by Matthew Nowland age 78 who applied under the Act of June 7 1832 

tijat in 1777 he volunteered as a private under Capt Thomas Pollard 

for two months but continued 3 months, his service being wanted 

Tuat the service was in the militia; , he resided and volunteered 

in Fairfax county Virginia^ the Majors name v/as James Renn or Vifren, 

the colonels name was Rumley and the Lieutenant colonel was Gilpin » 

The christian name not recolectedo They went to the Northward and 

met the aj?my retreating from Geruantovm. He was next drafted to 

guard the residence of General Washington, when Lord Dunmore lay 

In the Potomac. He served as a private on this occasion and 

contini;ed in service one month, he does not recollect the year, 

served more than 12 months, after he first entered ser ice and was i; 

in the winter, the name of the captain was James Deneale, 

On another occasion he was drafted and served a tour of one 
month under same captain DeNeale in -siuarding the little tovm 
and warehouse of Colchester, 2 or 3 weeks after he quit service 
at Washington's house and the same Ma, lor Ramsey commanded - On a 
4th oficasion when he was living with George Winn and during a 
tour in partnership with him and V'An Stone, he was met by Oval 
Llndsej?' press master ALEXAImDRIA and pressed with the vmg .on and 
team into service . He v;as attached to the regular troops imder the 
Marquis 7 LaPayette, the waggon masters name was James Stratbrov; 
this was generally called the running tour, to name half the places 
they were at is more than he can do, for they were .•,:'';.•.;: retreating 
from one place to another, great part of their time, he was ordered 
to Colchester, then to Prederic'-sburg, next to Richmond, he went 
into service 1st April and got home about last J.tly, being 4 months 
in ser ice for which he never rt^celved anj/" com.pensation, and 
that Pall Cornwallace was taken. 

His fifth and last tour was 1781 when Washington vi^as about 
to move his army down tov/ard York, Capt Deneal's com oany to 
which he bel nged was cal -ed out to open a way for the artillery 
and baggage to pass from Pairfax Old Court House to OCOO^UAM, 
they had to find their ovm provisions and tools to v/or]c with. 
After having opened this way, V/ashington changed his route and 
crossed at Nolands Ferry and through Prince William (County) 



VIRGINIA SERVICii OP MATTHEW NOLAMD R 7684 Page 59 

page 2 continued: 

From commencement to end of the last tour he resided in 
FAIRFAX COUNTY VIRGINIA. 

Tv/o witnesses were George G - Boon and Samuel Taul. 

He also made declaration 1836 and stated about the same 
as prev ously, that he sereed in the militia; that they marched 
to Frederickstwwn, Maryland, where they remained 2 or 3 weeks 
from there to Lancaster , where they remained several days 
from there to join the main army under Washington, which was 
effected the eveing after the babtle of Germantov/n, stopped next a 
at Pigeon Hill town, 2 or 3 v/eeks, then to White Marsh or 

White Peer? then he volunteered 2 months more as aforesaid, 

from this time thiir movements were quite limited. Vi/Iien the 

British army marched out of Philadelphia, there wer some changing 

of poslti-ns early in December 1777, he was taken sick as stated. 

In 1781 he again entered service 

Affidavit of George Winn in Fayette Co Ky 1835 states 

he v\ras a young man during the v/ar but has a recollection of 
Matthew Noland returning home from the service , he then lived 
with "My Father, George Winn" in Virginia, they both canie to 
Kentucky about the same time and has lived in saine neighborhood 
ever since . Has known him and considers him an honest truthful 
man . 

Also affidavit of Mary Collon or Cotton? in Fayette Go Ky 
1835 states she knows of the service of Matthew Noland in the 
Revolutionary war, that during said war she was a citizen of 
FAIRFAX COUNTY VIRGINIA, at which time said Mathew Noland was 
living with her father GEORGE Vi^INN and although this deponent 
was at that time not more than ten or 12 year sea of age, 
recollects that Mathew Noland was drafted into ser ice in a 
Campaign in the Revolutionary war, she does not remember how 
long he sered but remembers his leaving his father to go on the 
campaign and his returning, and after that he again enlisted 

and she thinks he was at the taking of C inwallis... 



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CONTINENTAL VIRGINIA SERVIO^ OF EZEKIEL NOLEN S 9443, -Page / 

IN 
DEGIA RATION WAS i.ADE GUILPOPj;) COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA 

by Ezeklel Nolen October 25, 1832, who applied under Act of June 

1, 1832. He died August 4, 1S34 . 

T:.e following data were obtained from pension cla ira S 9443 

based upon service in the Revolutionary War of Ezekiel Nolen. 

Ezekiel Nolen was born 1760 in Loudoun County Virginia o 

Vi/hile a resident of Loudoun county Virginia,, Ezekiel Nolen 

volunteered about April 1776 and served as private in Capt 

Leonard Deaklns' company. Col Griffin's regin.ant, and while 

stationed at King's Bridge, New York, was in an engagement near 

tiiat place in v/hich he v^as slightly wounded in his leg; he marched 

to Viihite Plains, v;as in that battle; thence to Port Lee v/here he 

was stationed, when Fort Washington was taken, by the British, 

follov/ed by their attack on Fort Lee; he was in the retreat from 

Fort Lee through New Jersey, Delaware and r'ennsylvania and was 

discharged at Chestnut Hill in Pennsylvania and returned to his 

horae in Loudoun Co Va, where he arrived a short time before Xraas 

having served six months. He volunteered June or July 1780, 

or 1781, sered 3 months as private in Caot John Luckett's Va 

company. He again volunteered 1781, served 3 months as private in 
Capt Craven's company. Col Alexander's Va regiment, was in the 
Siege of Yorktovm, guarded prisoners to Winchester, Va and Frederic 
Frederick, Ld and was discharged the last of Nov or first of 
Dec 1781, 

About 1792 he moved from Loudoun Go Va to Guilford Co N C 
where he continLied to live with exception of 3 years, which he 
spent in South Carolina. He had a sister, Katharine Irwin, younger 
than he was, v/as BORN in Loudoun Co Va and 1832, resded in Guilford 
Co N C. It is not stated v/hethe r soldier ever married. 



^VIRGINIA RESIDENCE OP WIDOW -Page 61 

OF JAi.iES NOWLEr' OR NOT/\'LIN 

URSULA " " » R 7733 

The data which follov/ in regard to James Nowlen or Nowlin 
were obtained from the papers of pension claim R 7733, based 
upon his service in the Revoli;tionar y war. 

James Nowlen married Ursula ; her maiden name, or names 
of her parents and date and place of her birth were not given. 

Ursula Nowlen or Nowlin while living in PATRICK COUIJTY 
VIRGINIA, applied sometime prior to August 23, 1845, for pensior 
v/hich might ha e been due her on account of service of her 
husband, James in the Revolution. She ap^^lied under Act of 
July 7, 1838, all the originaj papers \vhlch were submitted in 
her application for pension wer^:: drawn from the files for 
Honorable Vi/illiam M. Treadv/ay, Liember of Congress, in an effort 
to obtain her pension, and they were never returned to the 
Pension Office o 

Prmm the few bits of correspindence which remain on file, 
it is indicated that James Nov/len or Nowlin served a tour of 3 
months in the Revolution under Capt Vi/m. Johns; no further detai; 
of his service are shown. It is indicated also that James 
Nowlen or Nowlin married Ursula as early as 1770. There 
are no further data on file in this office relative to the 
soldier or to his wife, Ursula. This claim was not allowed 
as proof of service was not fu.rnishedo 



WAR OP 1312 Page 62 

VIRGINIA SERVICE QP JOm^ NORPLEET SO 14605 SO 21324 ' 

HE SERVED JNDER CAx-^T JOffiJ . AYCOGx AhD EZEKIEL POITEL. in the 
VIRGINIA MILITIA . 

Boimty land warrant 17401 for 16^ acres In 1855 
aiid enlisted Feb 17 1813 ai^ discharged iiarch 3 1313 an.d enlisted 
again Se jt 4 1314 and discharged October 21 I'^M. 

His residence 1351 and 1355 was PUIASKI COU'^TY KY and 1871 in 
said county at Waterloo Ey. The maiden nan.e of the widow was 
Cat arine West. The ^ married Sept 10 1855 near Watei-loo Ky^ 

DECLARATION was made in PulasL"! County Ky 1851 2nd Au.'^ust, 

a e 60 odd, a resident of said county, states he, John Norfleet 

v/as a private in Oa t Thomas Laycock's 6th regiment of Va mllltis 

under Col James Sharp in the war of 1312, tnat he enl:.sted at 

SUFFOLK -NAl\[CEi,:ON COm^iTi: ViRGruiA aoout Sept 1815 and ser'.ed 2 

months and 26 days and honorably discharged at Norfolk Va Ho". 1815 
He makes this declaration to obtain bounty land warrant. 

Al-JOT.iiJ^ DECLARATION made by John Norfleet in said 
Pulaski Co Ky 1851, statin? about the same as above. Also 
made declaration in said County harch 28 1854. He further 
states txiat he has not received bounty land under Act of Congress 
oassed Sept 1850.. or any other Act, 

Also made declaration 1855 in said county Iviaych 30 
statin,^ he failed to get bountv land i-'.nder Act of Sept 20 
1850 because sufficient len thi of service was not shov/n by the 
muster rolls. 

DECLARATION WAS hADE FOR SURVIVING SOLDIER FOR rLNSiON 
..-.I PULAiKI CO fY 1371 April 21st, age 94 on t:j.at date 
residence near v/aterlooo post office said county; that his wife 
name is CAT ■'•ARINE Vi/EST to whom- he v/as married near Waterloo Ky 
Sept 10, 1855 that he serrved 60 days ; that he was drafted u.nder 
Gapt Edwards co Va regiment at Suffolk t:wn Va and honorably disci 
at Norfolk Va, t lat durin;, said service was stationed near 
Norfolk Va, performing picket and garrison duty. He receisfed 
•bounty land warrant for 160 acres prosecuted by John Crav/ford, 
Esqc late of SCiviERSET KY. Witness to his signature v/ere 
TKOiviAS CAUGHRON AND JAi.IES NORFLEET. No relationship v/as stated. 



VIRGINIA SERVIC OP PRMCIS QUARLES S 4655 Page 63 

DECLARATION made in KNOX COUIITY TM' ESSEE FEBRUARY 9, 1835 
hv- Francis Quarles, who ap :)! ed underthe Act of June 7 , 
1832. 

The data follov/ing were obtained from papers on file in 
pension claim S 4655, based upon the service of Francis 
Quarles in the Revolutionary war. 

Francis Quarles was BORN February 7 1752 in Goochland County'' 
Vir inia. Names of his parents were not given. He lived in 
Goochland County Va until about age 16, then moved to 
CUi.;BERLA>jD CO VA lived about 2 years, moved to Prince Edward Co 
Va lived about 2 years, then to Pittsylvania Co Va, where he 
lived during the Revolutionar . war. 

Francis Quarles enlisted early in the Revoluti.na and served 
18 months as private in Gapt Thomas Dillard's company, Col 
1/iorgaji's Va regiment. Sometime later, he volunteered and served 
about six months in Capt Gabriel Shelton's company. Col Buford's 
regiment, was in the battle of Buford's Defeat and battle of 

Camden. He served 2 months in Capt Gabriel Shelton's company, iv 
was at the battle of Guilford court H use, but no actively 
engaged, as he was guarding baggage at that time. He marched to 
Siege of Yorktown, v;as at the surrender of Cornwallls and served 
2 months and 15 days. He continued to live in Pittsylvania Co 
Va for five years after the war, moved to Henry Co Va, lived a 
few years, moved to Wythe Go Va lived a year or 2, then to 
Jefferson Co Tenn and thence to Knox Co Tenr . 

He referred to his son in 1833 but did not give his name 
or age. The papers in this claim contain no further reference 
to Pamilj' of the soldier, Francis Quarles. 

His certificate No was 19072, Issued Aug 2 1833 
Rate of ^80 per annum, commencGd i.iarch 4 1831, Act of June 7 
1832, East Tennessee Agency.. 



i^age 64 

VIRGINIA SER'^ICE OF WIL..TATI RIJSSK. BOTTTTT LAt^TI; '''ARFA' T HiO 

1849 for 500 acres as 
GOLONE:.; Issued Fay 9 1794 to 

Ei-IZA/Ei'H RUSSEL AD"'INISTRATRIX. 

(T.iere are mjjnerous letters in this file folder, but no 
papers of t.ie Croverninent ) 

Many persons wrote in to find out about V/ilj.iam 
Russelj. who distmejuisned ■ himself during the Revolutionary 
vv'arlle was a Colonel and received land v\/arrant, that is 
Elizatet.i Russelj., administratrix received t;;e warrant. 

Tie persons writing^ in for infornation 
re^ardin^i him one was A R Johnston from New Bloomf:.eld, 
Penna m 1922 stating "I have information from the war 
dejartmeiit tliat Colonel \/m Rasse^ui was m comm.and of t' e ot'a 
Vir^inia re.^iment during^ at least part of said vjar . lly 
grand fat^.er vjas Alexander Ruseel- and his parents lived 
in ^u^usta Co and Alberrr.arle Co Va, about Revolutionar" 
times. I do not know what my great grand fat:.er's 

christian name was. Possibly it was \7il..iam. ?!:/ gr at 
grand motlier was before marriage, a Miss Armstrong. They 
had children as fol.ows: Jane, Alexander, Elisabeth, 
Matthews, John, William and James. 

In one letter from t .e A D 'liller, Executive Assistant 
to t'<\e administrator, m 1938 Vi,'rote to one Mjts A J Lamb 

Enores, South Carolina; 

T/iat Col Urn Russell who served from Va in the Revlutionar- 
war, Tae records snow Colonel vVm Russeli served as such 
in the Va line. 

A land warrant Ko 1849 for 500 acres 
of bount;- land v/as issued May 9 1794 to Elizabeth Russell 
administratrix, - tlere are no statements on file 
made by the aplicant for this bounty land because of the 
destruction cf papers in sach eariy a,> lications for bounty 
land when t ^e v.ar Office was burned in iSOO; hence 
there are no dat, m regard to the relationship of Elizabeth 
Russell to Col ..'D Russell, nor other inf r ation. 

It is suggest ed that further information in 
regard to the Militar, records of 'w'llliau Russe 1 might be 
obtained from tue Adjutant General, v^ar Dejartment of 
vvasaington DC. If you desire infornation regarding the 

location of the land ^^rantod on account of service 3-ou should 
ap ly to the Commissioner -General Land Office, ./ashmgton 
D C and furnish tiiat official the follovjing warrant Ko 1849 
for 500 acres of bounty land, issued Ma 9 1/94- 



WAR OF 1812 -Page 65 

VIRGINIA SiiRVIGE OP JOffil ShACKSLPORD Ai:D MYi WO 2689 

He v;as a private under Capt John Waller's com any of Va militia 

He stated he enlisted in Spotsylvania County V r^inia and 

served as private in Capt John 'Walter's company of Virc;lnia 

militia from July 22 1814 to August 18, 1814 and from August 

25 1814 to Au.;;^ust 27 1814, He was age 65 and a resident of 

Spotsylvania Co Va in 1852. He died soon after th?_s date, 

but the exact date of death is n t on record. 

He married in Spotsylvania Co Va 1852 o He died so n after 

this date, but the exact date of death is not on record. 

He married in Spotsylvania Co Va June 12, 1811, to AI^H DI-'iARD 

OP SAID COUNTy she died October 16, 1876 age 87 years. 

Bounty land v/as allowed in full satisfaction for service 

rendered . 



— Page 66 

WAR OP 1312 

VIRGINIA SERVIEE OF LEONARD SHACKELFORD AITO DIAl-r A 
OLD WAR WIDOW PILE N.. 11949 
DECLARATIOII was made in King and Queen Co Va 29 A_V' st 

under Act of 
1859 by Dianna Jones age 66, wlio a j >lied/3rd Feb 1353 

States she is at present the widow of William M Jones, 
deceased, 1 .i^te of tl^e said county and v;as at the time of her 
marriage with said Jones, i: e widow of Leonard D Shackleford 
who was a private in company of in a compan n of Cavalry 
under John Bayley from 4th re;.l::ient of Va volunteers attached 
to 9th regiment of a militia und Col Boyd 

Affidavit of Mary Langham In King and Q ©eeu Co Va stating 
that Leonard D Shackleford v/as a pri vate under ^apt John 
Bagby of the county of King and Qaeen in the war of 1812 
and who died in STAFFORD COulITY A 31 Aug 1814, and knows 
^± Dianna Jones was lawfully married to said Shackleford 

a.'.d she knov;s vfe ivi Jones died at his residence in King &; 
Queen Go Va txiat before marriage Dianna was Dianna V/ilson 

Declaration was made hy Dianna Jones in King ec Queen Co 
Va 1876 Jan i, 1876 age 72 states she v/as a pensioner on the 
roll of the agency at Richmond Va That she has resided since 
Jan 1 1861 in King and Queen Go Va , ; that she had depended 
entirely upon her son for sup ort 

/ In-lav/ 
; tnat this declaration has been made to restore her name 
to the pension rolls. 

Witnesses to her signat re were Robert Rose and Jno R 
Bagby in King and Queen Go Va 1866. 



IVAR EP 1812 --Page 67--- 

VIRGINIA SERVICE ,P SATTERHTUTS SHACIvELPORD AMD GO TRTNEY MN 

WO 14379 WC 11622 Service as Lieutenant in Swift's Go U.S. 
Marine Corps (alleged) 3er;^-:eant of Marines in the V-'r^inia 
k'ilitia. (al egad) "^ 

DECLARATION WAS luADE ill ST. PRyiiNiGlS COUNTY ARKANSAS APRIL 15, 
1873 by Courtney Ann Shackelford age 76 a resident of Porrest 
City in said county seating s.'ie is tne widow of Satterv/hlte 
Shackelford deceased ^ v/ho ser-"ed as a sergeant in the Marines 
in tne war of 1312 

That he enlisced at Portsmouth V. rginia for 5 years and was 
honorably discharged Jan 1313 in Washington D C ; t_iat he was 
ab'ut age 22 when enl-:,sting. Tnat they married at Portsmouth, Va 
County of Norfolk, 21 Peb ISIB by Rev Mr Sherwood a minister 
that her naine before mari-iage was Courtney Brown, tliat he died 
IN PONTOTOC -- iVilSSISSIP-iI 18th August 1855; that they had 

lived in Pontotoc Miss 20 years widow of 

In behalf of i^irs Courtney Ann _ -,or,n 

DECLARATION WAS MADE BY/3ATTERW:IITE SHACxCELPORD 1873 

in LATiVREFCE COUNTY ALABALIA 

The son Satterwhite Shackelford - son of soldier by sane name; 

that he was Born in P.rtsmouthj Va on 15th April 1832, and 
resided with his parents up to date of death of his said father o 

He was age 23 date of his death and is now age 46. That his said 
rnother now resides with his brother Joseph Shackelford at 
Forest City, Ar/ansas and has never remarried since death ol her 

DECLARATION was also made by Josephus Shackelford in 
St Francis Co Arkansas 1878, states he was born in Portsmouth 
Va Feb 6 1830;. and resided with his parents up to date oi deai;h 
of his father; In Pontotoc Miss Aug 18 1855. That since his 
fathe? died his mother has resided with him. The bible which 

contains marriage of his parents is i^., ^^j^.^'^J^f^.^^/ige clerk 
possession. Certified copy of the marriage is filed by the clerk 
of Norfolk Go Va showing the date Peo 19 lolB... 



WAR OP 1812 

VIRGINIA SERVIC i OP -Page 63 

SEAivIOUR SnACK^LPORD AND NANCY 
V/0 4907 He served as Capt Dlgg's company of 

Virginia militia and Capt Sale's company of Virginia militia 

DECLARATION OP WIDOW'S xj;,:,SIuN made by Naiicy Shackelford 

in Mathews county Virginia Iiay 17, 1871, age 75 stating she 

is the v/idov; of Seamour Siiachelf ord . Vifho served as Caot in 

James' company 61st regiment at Cricket Hill in Va, fat he 

was a corporal in the militia service and the sadd v/idov/ has 

received 2 land v/arrants^ t at she was married under the name 

ivlacken or 
of NANCY N/Cacken ?to Seymour Shackelford between 1012 and 

1814, by Rev Williams, m i.iathev/s Co Va, t..at he died in 
Mathews Co Va about 1340. Mer domicile is in Westvil'.e 
Township. 2 witness to her signature ware A Sadler and 

Matthew G-ayle . 

Affidavits in Mathews Co Va by William Shackelford and 

Joel Ashberry age 63 and 62 respectively 1872 stating they 
have been acquainted with Nciicy Shackelford who was Nancy 
Macken and her husband Seamour Shac'-.elf ord for over 50 
years that they lived togef.ior and recognized as man and 
\vifo. T at their oldest son if now living v/ould be not less 
than 59, tney were intimate play fellows v/ith t eir son. 

Also affidav t of Lucy vTnite in Mathews Cj Va was 
acquainted with soldier and wife, that they married about 
th^e time that she and her husband married. 



WAR OP 1812 ^^Se 69— 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP WARNER SKACKELPORD AND LYDIA WO 30933 
WC 28742 served Capt William IVarring's company of Virriinia 
militia. 

CERTIFIED COPY OP liARSAGE RECuRD PROivi C .R.' OP 

ESSEX COUNTY VA CLiiRK showing the marriage of Warner 

Shackelford to Lydia Greenwood 1325 December 19th. 

DECLARATION WAS j.:.'\DE in Essex Co Va Au? 16, ±2 1878 

by Lydia Shackleford age 80 of Essex Co Va states SiJ.e is the 

widov/ of Warner Shacl:lef ord deceased, wl'io served as private 

■under Capt Vmi L Waring, in tj.ib regiment of Infantry coiu' -anded 

by Lieut Col Richard E Parker in t: e War of 1312, t' at her 

husband enlisted or volunteered, about July 28 1314 and served 

one month and 29 days and was disc^rged at Ham.pton Va about 15 

October 1814. tuat she was married to him 1825 December 26 

by Philip Montague a minister in Essex Co Va t-^at her maiden 

name was Lydia Greenwood, t'lst he died about 15 iiay 1836 « 

In said Essex Co Va 

She thinks she received a land warrant for 60 acres 

she also made application \^nder Act of I.Iarch 2 1855 and 

received warrant f or 120 acres. 



Vi^AR OP 1812 -Page 70— 

VIRGINIA SERVICxL OF ViflL. lAil SHACKLEPORD MB FRAi^-fCx^S SFACKLEPORI 
SO 9923 S C5588 yi^O 43798 V/C 34282 
He served Capt Charles C Allen's company of Virginia militia 

C -RTIFIED COPY OF iViARf[i7-iGE LICENSE RA.^.'AHAN -:OCK C'. ITwTY 
VIRGINIA BY WILLI.^/1 SHACKLEPORD AND FRiVlTCES l,iOZMrc-0 
signed. Dec 15 1883 by Edv/ard Vyebcrick, clerk 

Titae of marriage 1883 Dec 18, place at residence of V/ardelett 
i/iozingo, white persons, age of husband was 80 and age of 
wife was 40 ?, he was a v/idower and she was single. 
The said husband vi^as born Fauquier county Virginia, and tne 
wife was born in Rappahannock Co Va. Name of wife's parents 
were Berryaman? and Elisabeth Mozingo, the husband vraa a 
carpenter. 

William Shackleford was age 74 when he applied in 
Rappahannock Co Va 14 April 1871 a resident of Jefferson 
township, resided in Culpepoer Go Va, served 60 da s in 
Vifar f 1812 was drafted in Aliens compan:/, March 1814, and was 
honorably discharged at Predericksb nrg Va Dec 1814, that he 
had already drawn 2 land Vi/arrants. One James Green was a 
witness to his signature at near Amipville, Rapyahan ock ^^o Va . 

DECLARATION OR LETTI'B WAS MADE AT Al.ilPVI IE. RAPx-AHAN";OGK 
CO VA April 15 1871 or 1872 ? 

Stating he was enrolled in ^apt Alien's company. Col 
Crutchfield' s regiment, Gen kadiser's brigade in Aug 1814 
from there marched to Frederic 'sburg where they stayed a fev/ 
days until all the companies came in Cant Shackelford's regt 
compaijy and others, he served with Daniel Hickerson, James Dau , 
Jesse Coons, Drummer Gaines, Lott McDaniel, Thomas licDaniel, 
James Young, Albret Cook, j'nn Fishback, John I.Iathias and others 

Prom Frederickfeurg, they crossed the Rapijahannocln river, 
went into camp at Dmummonds old field, v/here they remained 
about a m-nth, tnence orderd to Richmond, v/here they ¥/ent 
but came back in a fev/ days to Drumm nds filed, not long 
before they marched for ilaryland by way of Alex- passed thro 
Georgetown and WASHINGTON after the destruction of the Capitol 
and on by BLADEl^TSBURG, shortly after the battle there, thence 
down the ?] lov/er part of Maryland, 

DECLARATION IN RAP. AHANiTOC:' CO VA MARGE 28 1885 by 
Prances Shackleford age 44 widow of lltai Shackleford deed 
states he enlisted in'Culpep er Co Va t/at she was married to 
him in Rappahannock ^o Va 13 Dec 1833 by A M Jennings? 
a minister, married under name of Frances Mazingo; that Wm 
had been previously married twice befor their marriage who were 
both deceased; tnat he died at his home in Rappahan -ock Co Va 
28 Dec 1884 o Affidavits of Burdett Mozingo and Bettie Settle 
Also 2 affidavits bv Sidney L Liozingo and Jane Mozingo stated 
\to had been man ed twice before marriage with Prances but both 
wives were deceased. APTIDAVIT OF JA.ES G r,:OZINGO iN CILPEP ER 
CO VA 1885 knew both of his f^^r 'er wi es and knows they are 
deed. Jane Mozingo stated nj 1885 tnat Nellie Monroe the 2nd 
wife died 1877 Margaret Dra e v/as first wife of I'ta, died 1854. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOSEPH SHE'P.ARD S 47333 —Pag© V1-- 
DECLARATION made in Albemarle County Virginia 1819 May 4th 
by Joseph Shepherd a resident of said kx county age 68, 
the 2nd day of last February and stated he aev ed in the 
Revolutionary war, that he enlisted in Fredericksburg Va under 
Capt Jo...n Vi/'aliace of the third Va regiment, and continued 
for 3 years, when he was discharged. 

Declaration was made also September 4 1840 by Joseph 
Shepoard age 70 on 2nd of last February, resident of said 
county, and states he enlisted in said Fredericksburg Va 
under Capt Jonn Wallace of the third Va re iment, and continued 

for three years, v;hen he was discharged that he was in no 
battles and that he made declaration in May 1818 and has 
obtained pension certificate No 6925. 

He stated he was a ''chair maker" and now unable to 
pursue that trade as he was afflicted with the palsey, and 
THAT IIE HAS NO PAI^IILY.. 



CONTINENTAL -Page 72 

VIRGINIA Si^KVIGii] OF JOHN SNOW S 38391 

DECLARATION WAS LiADE IN ORAIMGE COUNTY VIRGINIA b; John Snov/ 
iuay 25, 1318. 

The data which follov/ v/ere obtained from the papers on 
file in the Revolutionary virar pension claim S 38391, based 
upon the military service in that war of John Snov/, the only 
soldier of that name v/ho served in the Virg nla Troops t;:at 
is found on the Revolutionary war records of the National 
Archives. 

John Snow was BORN April 4 1758. Ke enlisted in Virginia 

March or April 1776, served as a private in Capt Francis 

Taylor's and Cowherd's companies. Col Spotswcod's 2nd Va 

re.^iment, was in the battles of Brand ywine and Germantown and 

v/as discharged at Valley Forge j served 2 year he afterv/ard 

enlisted, and served in Capt Rudolph's company. Col Lee's 

regiment, was in the battle of Georgetown, where he received 

a wound, the nature of which v/as not stated^ and at the taking 

of Six forts, in t he south, namely Scotch Lake Fort, 

Thompson's fort, Congaree Fort, Galphin's Port, Brown's Port ar 

and Grayson's F^rt . Ha was at the battle of Lutaw Springs, 

v/here he had the sto-': of his gun shot off. The length of 

this service was 2 years and six months » 

In 1821 he stated that his family then residing with him 
sonsisted of his wife, I.iary age about 68 and helpless and 
totally blind and four daughters and a son, as follows t 
IvIARY ADOUT 31, JANE about 26, LUGINDA about 23, Raney about 
19, and son Early, about 21. There are no fairf-er family 
data. Soldier died Feb 29 1840. « 



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CONTIKSITAL 

VIRGINIA Sji:R7ICE OF RICHARD SliO?/ S 14540 

DECLARATION was made 1332 October 2 by Richard Snow in 
Albemarle county Virginia, where he had always lived, He 
applied under the Act of Jjtne 7 1832. 

He was BORN June 1753 :r- said Albemarle county Virginia. 

I'l/hile residing in A^bjiiiarle Go Va, he enlisted In t he 

Spring of 1777^ served 2 months in Capt Tucker bVoodson's 

Virginia company'-. He sec ed in the Spring of 1778, one month in 

guard at Albemarle Barricks, under Capt Garland Burv/ell? 

probably meant for Burr^lay. He enlisted i.iarch 1779^ and 

served in Cant Hudson Al£j?tin's company, was transferred to 

Capt Robert J uett's inmpany, length of this service 13 months 

then served 'cl months .n the Virginia militia in oapt "Jharles 

or John Hunton's comcan;/. He enlisted in the f al ■- of 1781, 

served 2 months in Capt John Harris' company and was in the 

siege of Yorktown. 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension, 

the name and address to v/hon sent, and possibly the date of 

death of this pensioner^ you shou^-d ap ;ly to the Comptroller 

General, General Accountin Office, Records Division, 

Vfeshington D C citing the fol ov/ing data. 

"RICHARD SKOWs C^RTIFICATjj^ NO 16797, Issued 3e-t 20 

1833, Hate .,,53 =33 per annum to commence I.iarch 4 1831, Act of 

June 7 1832, Virginia Agency o 



VIRGIKIA SERVIOii; OP RICHARD SPINNER S 3140 - Page 74 

DECLARATION Vi/AS LiADE October 2, 1832 by Richard Spinner 

In Albemarle county Vir -inia age over 90, who a plied 

under the Act of June 7 1832 . 

a SLAVE 
He states he was BORN /' .. • "; in the county of AI-.lELIA 

VIRCjINIA^ he does not remember the year, t'lough he has been 

often told of his age, so as now he i<new t:iat ho is over 90 

-that he went from A1..ELIA TO MECFLEN^ERG when his - • 

master removed, when he was nearly 30 years oldj that 

while his master, JOEL BEVIL, lived tn iViecklenbur,i he 

SET BIi(. PFEE. After being set free the war having commenced 

he enlisted for 3 years as a regular soldier and went to 

Wi]. liamsburg . He enlisted under Capt i¥illiam Green, and 

Cant Lewis Burwell. He marched to Williamsburg under 

Ensign Isaac Holmes, after being at VVilliamsburg , some time 

Capt Burwell resigned and he was comiuanded by Capt Dudly { 

(whose christian name is not recollected. He staled at 

WlllLamsburg about one yoaro He was assigned generally on 

what was called the fatigue duty and such as cutting wood 

-He aided in cutting dovm wallen grove near Williamsburg » 

Prom Williamsburg he was marched tov/ard the Potomac where th 

troops were moving to the northward, and he was taken sick 

at Nowlans Perry and v/as sent back after getting v;ell, to 

Williamsbur s, when he got well, he was engaged in driving 

v/aggons, for the army and making trips from Williamsburg to 

the Barracks in ALBE1IA.RLE, wheie Burgoyne ' s army was 

prisoners, almost constatitly bringing provisions and etc. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP RICHARD SPINNER S 6140 -Page 75— 
Pa^e 2 continued: 

He was thus employed during his service In the army. 

He was three years in the army under his own enlistment. 

Vi/hen his term expired he took a man's place, v/ho he believes 

had enlisted durln,. the war, his name was Billy Stanley, 

he served for him . four years during that time he drove tt 

the waggon which had been driven by said Stanley before he 

became his substitute. He was employed about WILLI a;..S3URG 

and the lower part of Virginia, at such places at it was 
needful, to send baggage of any sort or to do any hawling 
v/ith a waggon. 

He was Born in A;nelia Go Va, but does not know date. 

He was living in ilecklentaurg . county Va virhen called j.nt( 
into service, and removed to Albemarle Go Va where he now 1 ve,- 
after the close of said war. 

Affidavit of Jesse Lewis being first duly sworn states 
that during the time Burgoyne ' s troops were prisoners 
at the Albemarle Barrac::s, he often saw the 
above named applicant empl yed in driving a waggon in 
the Continental ser ice and t/iat he . had on tine uniform 
of the Continental army - One Latthew Pollock was waggon 
master . 

A LETTER IN T Ji PILE I'VRITTE'.^" by Egbert R Watson, in 
Charlottesville, Va Feb 26 1836 to the HON LEWIS GA Ss 
SIR: In behalf of the heirs of Richard Spinner, who v/as a 
pensioner under Act of Congress of June 7 1832^ and whose 
death occurred a few days since I „_ o." v/ould respectuflly 
ask to be infoimed vi^hat steps are necessary to enable heirs 
(his children, (his widow being dead) to draw the proprtion 
of the Serai, annual payment, which has accrued under 4th s 
Sept Last. The number of the certificate was 4921. 



-Page 76 

VIRGINIA SERVIGt OP DAvID STRAI^IGE AND ELIZABETH W 6163 

DECLARATION was made in Albemarle County Virginia October 2, 

1832 by David Strange of said county who applied under the Act 

of June 7 1332. 

He stated he was BORN IN ALBEidARLE COUNTY VA, . He has lived 

in said county except when absent in the army; t -la t he was drafted 

in the militia from said county,, the year in v;hich Cornv/^llis 

surrendered^ in the winter of that year. He marched under Gapt 

Jno Hariris. He marched first to Richmond, thence to Williamsburg 

thence to the half way house between that place and Norfolk, 

and staid there about one month§ when he returned to Williamsburg 

tnence marched to Mowen? Hilis and dischar^ged and ret -rned home^ 

having sered a few months. About 2 months afterwards ho was again 
drafted to march-about same route as before to Williamsburg under 
Gapt Mark Leake, the regiment commanded by Col Reuben Lindsey, 
he staid a short time at Williamsburg, when he returned to 
Richmond, thence marched - wild goose chase to Fredericksburg, 
thence to he was with army under LaPayette, ; tiience to Columbia 
in Pluvanna on to Richmond, t/ience to Mowen Hills and disc arged . 
He was born in Albemarle, but did not recollect date . 
DECLARATION 1843 Peb 14 by Elizabeth Strange of 
Albemarle Co Va v;idow of David Strange, states she was married 
to him 1787 by Parson Irvine at his house in said county that he 
died 2nd July 1841, that she is in her 76th year, born on 10 
July 1767. 

When Elizabeth Strange made declaration July 2, 1841 
one David Strange and Lorey Pltzpatrick in Albemarle Co Va were 
witness to her signature. 



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WAR GP 1812 

VIRGINIA SER-IGE OF JOfflg TAYLOR AND LIARY TAYLOR 
SO 28314 SO 20038 (SO 20038) ITO 23303 WO 20240 

DEGLARAT^:OW Vv'AS uADi IN CRAIG COUNTY VIR:'INIA 1872, 

Au.g 28 by Jonji Taylor and appointed James vV ii'iershall as 

his attorney to prosecute his claim, - at that time he was age 

86; tliat he Is marr:-ed and his v.df e ' s na.iie v/as iviary Thomas 

to V'lhom he was married in G.LES COUNTY VIRGIN A AT 

&. THOMAS' Decem.ber 1315c and states he v/as drafted in 

Parisburg, Giles Co Va about 1st July 1814 and discharged at 

Norfolk Va about Feb 1^ 1815, that he served a^ private at 

Norfolk Vao 

DECLARATION IN CRAIG CO VA APRIL 27, 1378 by Mar->- 

Taylor age 83 a resident of Craig Co Va and states she is the 

widow of John Taylor] that she was married to John Taylor 

at town of Level Green in Giles Co Va 1st Jan 1315 

by John Haunaker ? a minister, tr.at her name before m.arriage 

was Mary Thomas j that he died at the residence of i.Iathas? 

Taylor in Virginia 1875. at Simi,.onsville in Giles Go near 

Craig Co Va.. 



WAR OP 1812 ^^^® 78—- 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN TAYLOR MB MARY E. WO 5629 
IVidow Certificate No, 4353 

Served under Gapt James Cartwel in the Virginia militia. 

Declaration made in Sim/.-son cornty Kentucky 1871 May 29th 

by Mary -:. Taylor stating that her maiden name v;as Mary i^, Harrel 

and married the said soldier in Halifax County Virginia by 

Sandy Gunnagin Esquire Jan 1 1813 and has the following children t 

Martha Ta-lor born Oct 22 1813, T/lilly Taylor born Feb 8 1816, 

Wa Taylor born Oct 11 1^17, Susan Taylor b rn Oct 19 1319, 

Robt Taylor born June 15, 1821 Sally Taylor born Sept 12 1822. 

Hugh H Taylor born Fsh 17, 1824 (1824) Thos M Taylor born March 

31 1826 John 3 Taylor born July 8 1831 El is Taylor born Aug 29 

.1833, I'^ary Taylor Born May 31, 1836.. 2 witness to her si^iature 

vieve L or S B Taylor and G II V-'hutesides = 

AFFIDAVIT MADE IN SIl-PSON CO KY 1871 by W lY Mil ikin 

state he has been acquainted with Mary E Taylor and husband 

Jo n Taylor for a number of years and knows they lived together 

until his death. 

AITIDAVIT 3 COUNTY C URT C'EilK OF SIMPSON CO KY 1872 

July 20th t...-at he has exarr;ined t e family records of soldier 

and wife, and it appears t/.at Jolin Ta lor and Pol-y Ta lor were 

married Jan 1, 1813^ tL'.at the original record seem.s to be "enuine . 



"Page 79 — 
RESIDENCE (All David V^ade served from Va. 
SOUTH CAROLINA ._ ." . DAVID WADE AI^^D SARA__ ^^^ ^®''° '^^^ ^ 
(did not show state from w.auc^ sered: r 10986 

The following were obtained from papers on file in 
Pension claim R 10986 based iipon the service of David iVade 
in the war of the Revolution. The date and place of birth 
of David Wade were not given, nor were the names of his parents 
shown . 

Mrs Gritty Dacus on Movenber 29 1855 in Greenville District 
South Carolina, then a^e 53, applied for pension on account of 
the service of her father, David Wade, and alleged that he 
served 2 years in the Revolutionary war. She gave no dates jBf 
service, ncr names of officers . 

She further stated that her father died July 23, (year 
illegible), that her mother Sarah whose maiden name was 
A'iYELAl^T OR ANGELAN was BOR Feb 18 1759, that sh she married 
David Wade, July 23, 1775, and died July 18, 1842. 

The following heirs of the soldier^ David Wade were referred 
to Noah Wade, Tabitha lYade , Sarah Wade, and Solomon Wade. 

The follovdng is also shovm, Tabitha Wade, daughter of 

David and Saray Wade, was Born Sept 22 1790, Sary Wade 

was BORN Nov 6 1793; Solomon Wade was Born Pe 22 1797, 

Elijah Wald was BORN Nov 15 1799; Gritty Wayd was Born Karch 

22, 1802. 

A note in the file states to See the Family data on 

file in claim of Nathaniel Dacus, the father in law of 

Critty Dacus, S.Pile 21153. It refers to this family data ^ 

also . 



VIRGINIA SiiRVICi^ OP MBROSE YMGEY S 46059 P^S® ^^" 

(Born xn Virginia) 

DECLARATION was made in Gr singer county Tennessee by said 
Ai.ibrose Yancey August 23, 1832, He ap.,_.lied under the ..ct of June 
7 1332= 

The data which follow we:':^ obtained from papers on file in the 
pension claim S 45059, based on the military service of the only 
fibrose Yancey that is found in the Revolutionary war records of 
the national Arc ives. 

A-mbrose Yancey was BORN in CULPEPPER COUNTY VIRGINIA. The date 
of his birth and names of parents were not shown. 

And while livin in Abingdon, Vuashington Go nty Virginia, he 
enlisted late in August or early September 1780, as substitute 
for John Yancey (relationship not stated) served as private in 
Ga.-jt Andrev/ Colvln's, probably meant for Androw Colville's 
company in Col V^m Campbell's Va regiment, wasln the battle of King's 
Mountain, after which he was transferred to Capt Black's company 
in CI Arthur Campbell's regi ent, v/ent en an expedition a ainst 
the Cherokee Indians and served until first of March 1781= 

Prom Washington Co Va, he moved to Sullivan County Tennessee 

and from there to Grainger county Tennessee. 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension of 
Ambrose Yancey, name and address of person to v/hom it v/as paid 
and possibly date of death of this soldier, it Is suggested that 
you address The Comptroller General, General Accounting Office, 
Records Division, Washington D C and quote the following! 
Certificate No 8041, Issued March 12 ^ 1833, rate of ';>20 per annum, 
commenced March 4 1331, Act of June 7 1832, East Tennessee Agency. 



' -Page 81- — 

SOUTH CAROLINA AIvD 

NORTH CAROLINA SERVICE OP AUSTIN YANCEY R 11921 

Declaration was made October 3, 1833 in Franklin County 
Illinois, age 81, one month and ten days, and he applied under 
the Act of June 7 1332, but Ms claim was not allowed as he did 
not serve six months as required by the pension law. 

Vi/liile on a visit to relatives, (names were not stated) 
in South Carolina, he ser^^ed from May 22 1781 to June 19,1781 
at the Siege of Ninety Six, in Oapt Obid Holloway's comuagy. 
Colonel Henderson's South Carolina Regiment o 

It appears from the papers in the Revolutionar war pension 
claim R 11921 that Austin Yancey, v/hile residing in RUTHERFORD 
COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA, enlisted 1775 under Col -I'm Graham in the 
North Carolina militia, and v/as ordered by him to take 20 
men and go to C IIv'iNEY M0U1\TTA N to guard the mountain passes 
aj,ainst the Cherokee Indians and returned home in September 1775 
(1775), having served 4-g- months. 

General Williamson and McDowel moved up., n the middle 
tovms of the Cherokee, which they captured and destroyed., 
The Indians then petitioned for peace, v;hich was concluded 
and the North Carolina troops disbanded on .. and sent home. 
The said Yancy thin"':s he was disbanded September 1775, but 
received no written discharse , . 



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COHTIHiiNTAL VIRGINIA SERVICE OP LAYTON OR LSIGHTON OR LEYTON 

YMCEY MD FANNY OR . PRAi\TCES W73SO 

Bounty land warrant No 2467 for 200 acres as Lieutenant 
Issued Sept 5, 1796 - no paoers. 

LETTER TO T?IE HONORABEE SPjAICER OP T^-IE HOUSE OF >jELEJATES 

OF VIRGINIA. The petition of Layton Yancey sheweth that he 

ser^/ed in the first instance as a cadet in the first regiment 

of LIGHT DfiAGO'.:NS, commanded hy Colonel BLAi-]D; that he was 

afterwards entitled to the rank of captain and that he servod as 

S'-Tch under Col Miite in the 1st regiment, and t'lat he has 

received no bounty land coequal v/ith that rank, your 

petitioner therefore prays t:iat the register may oe directed to 

issue to your petitioner a warrant for the lands which he may 

be entitled to as a Captain of Dragoons and your petitioner as 

in duty bound with - will pray_, and etc . signed Layton Yancey 

RoCKINGEAk DECEi..BER 15 1797 

THE FOLLOWING SEPARATE PAPER: 

"This is to certify that it appears from a list of this 
office of such officers and soldiers of the Virg nla Continental 
line, during the Revolutionary war, as settled their accounts, 
and received certificates for the balance of their full pay, 
according to an Act of Assembly, passed the November session 
1781, tiiat a certificate Issued 12 May 1783, in name of Leyton 
Yancey, as Lieutenant of Cavalry, for L 330-17-11, wh ch 
cortiflcate appears to have been delivered to FRENCH STROTRER 
and was given for service prior to Jan 1, 1782- he was Lt from 
June 1, 1779 to Jan 1 1782''o signed Jas Heath Auditor lay 15, 183 
1839. 

Declaration was made by Fanny Lancey in Rockingham '''^ Va 1838 
Aug 24, age 67 stating she v/as married to Leightnn Yancev 17 
Dec 1788; t lat he died 4th April 1813 

Frances Yancey also made declaration 1345 i..ar 3 in Greene 
Count;' Virginia. 

C P?TIFIED COPY OF i.ARRIAGE Rii.C,_.RD IS FILi:.D BY CLEPJ-' 
OP ROCIvINGHAi.: COITNTY . IR NIA snowing the marriage of 
LAYTON YMiClhY MB FANNY LEV/IS DAViuHT^j^R OF THOkAS LEVv'IS 
OP said county 1788 December 12th. one Brev/er Reeves 
signed the marriage bond with ti.e said lance jc 



f^age 83 

CONTINENTAL VIRGINIA SERv^CE OP LEWIS Y.-HxtCEY OR YANCY Ai<iD 
PHE3E OR PHEBY " V/ 2508 
Bounty land warrant 56522 for 160 acres in 1855 

DECLARATION was made in Jasper county Georgia ,.;•■■.. 

January 7 1833 by said Lewis Yancey ar^e 71 . 

Ke applied under the Act of Jme 7, 1832. 

It a ipears from the papers in the Revolutionary v/ar pension 

claim W 2508 that Lewis D Yancey (the name also appears as 

Yancy) while a resdent of Culpepper County Va, enlisted 

1778 and served as a private in Ca pt Robert Yancey's con any. 

Colonel Bland's First regiment of Light Dragoons; he v/as in 

tlie Siege and Battle of Savannah and the battle of Guilford and 

served until December 24, 1781. 

He died June 6 1351, at his home in Jasoer county 

Georgia. 

He married June 27 1320 in Jasper co Georgia to 

Pheby Pate, -nam.e also ap.ears as Pheby. 

She was allovired pension on her application 

executed Sept 7 1853, while a resident of Jasper county 

Georgia, age 58, In 1867 she was still living there and gave 

her age as 77. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF PHILEiiON YANCEY OR YANCY S 1274 -Page/, 

DECLARATION was made in Franklin County Kentucky March 11, 1833 
1833, by Philemon Yancey age 77. (He died May 25, 1839) 

It appears from the papers on file in pension claim S 1274 
based upon service in the Revolvitionary war, of Philemon Yancey. 
That he was BORN in CULPEPPER COUNTY VIRGINIA and lived there 
with his father, Philemon Yancey, at the time of the Revolutlonar:y 
war, the name of his mother is not shown, nor the date of his 
birth. 

Philemon Yancey enlisted 1779 as substitute for his father, 
and served 18 months under Capt I7m Stanton, Col John Stubolefield 
in the Virginia regiment, during which he marched south, v/as in 
the battle of Camden and later marched with prisoners to New 
Kent County Va where he was discharged. He enlisted shortly 
after his return to Culpepper Co Va, served as a private in Capt 
Thomas Blackweli's company. Col Edmonds' Va regiment, was in the 
siege of Yorktown and was discharged shortly after the surrender 

of Lord Cornwaliis. 

He continued to reside in Culpepper Co Va for some time 
after the Revolutionary war, then moved to Caroline County, that 
state, and resided 8 years and 1814, moved to KEi^JTUCKY; HE 
settled in Franklin county Ky. 

He made no reference to wife or children. He referred to 
his uncle Robert Yancey, who was a captain of Dragoons In the 
Revolutionary war. 

In order to obtain name of .ers^n to whom t^-;e last payment 
of pension was made, you should address The Comptroller General, 
General Accounting Office, Washington D G and furnish the follow 
-ing data; 

Philemon Yancey, certificate No 19529, issued Sept 17 
1833, Rate of $80 per annum, cominenced :.iarch 4 1331, 
Act of June 7 1832, Kentucky Agency. 



Page 85 

CONTINEI-JTAL VIRGINIA SERVICE OF ROBERT YANCEY S 35752 

B:unty land warrant 2465 for 300 acres in 1790 as 

May 5 issue date 
Captain, 

'ffi I Vredenburgh assignee 

Declaration was made by Robert Yancey May 23 1818, at whxch 
time he was a resident of ffoodfcrd County Kentucky, age about 63 
- at that time he referred to his family but gave no names nor 
details. 

In 1819 he v;as living in Franklin county Ky. In 1820 he was 1 
living in Woodford Co Ky and stated he had no wife or family 
r-. siding with him, except a Daughter, a widow and her 3 children; 
their names were not stated and there are no further family data. 
He was granted pejsion in >ioodford Co i-'y. 

Robert Yancey entered service 1776, - he served as cornet, 

regimental quartermaster and Lieutenant of Colonels Theodoric 

Bland's and TVntthony V; iVhite's 1" regiment of Continental Dragoons j 

in 1779 was comjriissi oned captain of that regiment, on May 10 1781 

v/as taken prisoner at Petersburg, Virginia and remained so to the 

close of the Revolution. 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension 

the name and address of the person paid and possibly the exact 

date of death of Robert Yejicey^ you should v/rlte to the Comptroll 
-er C-eneral, General Accountin;-, Office, Records Division, 
Washington D C and quote the following: 

Robert Yancey, certificate N 23474 issued June 28, 1819 
rate of ^^20 per month, commenced May 23, 1818, under Act of 
March 18 1818, Kentucky Agency. . 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP ELISHA OGLESBY S 1866 Page 86 

DECLARATION WAS i..ADE IN SlilTH COUNTY TENNESSEE 0CT0:3ER 9, 
1832 by Ellsha Oglesby a resident of said, county age 73 Dec 2 
29 1831, who applied under the Act of June 7 1832. 

About 1st June 1776 he volunteered as a private in 
Yif'ashlngton Co Va under Isaac Bledsoe which corapany v/as raise- 
for protection of the frontiers against the Indians^' that he 
was stationed at Hustons Port in said county on Moccason 
Creek, one of the tributary streams of Holston river \intil 
about Aug 1, 1775, they then marched to the LONG ISLAND OP 
HOLSTON and joined the amy which was coni-vianded by Col Crista 
and Sergeant V'/alker and others. The army narched froii tiiere 
against the Cherokee nation of Indians, passed through the 
Telllco town and went to Island town and there encaui-jed an 
destroyed it, after which the ariiiy was marched back to ^ he 
Long Island of Holston where the compa lies conraanded by 
Gapt Bledsoe and Capt JOSEPH i.aARTIN were stationed under 

Liajor Anthony Bledsoe, tiiere they continued in service unti] 
April 1777, Capt Martin's brother BRICE LARTIN v/as his 
Lieutenant and John Martin EBsign, making a service of ten 
months, after which he was discharged and ret'rned to his 
former residence in Washington Co Va » 

In April 1777 he again volunteered with Gaot George 
Addams, company of Guards and continued in service until 
Aug 1, same year, and received no regular dischar -e making 3 
months service, Lt under A dda s ifc ::111 and John Eraser 

- sometime in the spring of 1773, Col Campbell issued an 
order to raise 2 companies to be sent to the assistance £t 
DAl^IIEL BOON IN KENTUCKY under command of Major Daniel Smith 
-George Mdams and Reese? Bowen, v/as selected as capt of 
the 2 comoanies in May 1778 he volunteer d under Capt 
George addams, Lieut Henry Ranlny? and Ensign Tillman Smith 

- they rendesvoused at Big Moccason Gap, Washington Co Va 
sometirae in May from there they marched to BO.KSbOROUGH in 
IvE' TUG Y at which place they arri ed a fev; days after tae 
celebrated Siege of that olace by the SHAVJNEE Indians and 
which was suceptlly defended by Daniel Boone, they marclied 
from there to Harrodsburg Ky, at which place they were 
stati ned until the last of Nov fr m there marched to 
Washington Co Va and were dismissed in Dec 1773. Having 
been in service between 7 and eight months. In 177 J 

he a'-ain vol\inteered m Cajt Ja;-es Montgomery's company, _ 
and Rendezvoused at the mouth of Bigg cr^ek on Holston rive; 
about March 1, 1779 under Col Snelby, from thence they oook 
v/ater and went down Holston and into the Tena river and or 
on down to the Chickamaga towns al- of which abo^e such 
they destroyed in a great many scirm.ishes with the Indians 
but no general engagement. Prom there marcxied Lack JyJ-and 
to Hustons fort, "Washington Co Va . where tney were dismissd 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF ELI3HA OGLjSBY S 1866 --Page 87 — - 
Page 2 continued % 

about- the middle of June 1779 after having performed a tour 
of about 3 and onehalf months, the officers unaer Gaot 
iiontg mery was Lt Daniel Frailer , Sol Tipton of North 
Carolina v/as In this expedition and oonananded the Carolina 
troops. In 1781 In the fall of said year an army was 
raised by Col ARTHUR CALhBEL^ to go against the OLD Gi'^ROKES 
TOVi/i\[S on the Tennessee river , Col Oampbel; being ap ,.rehen(Sdi(ie 
that his force was not sufficiently strong sent an expressto 
Gapt Alexander Barritt? to raise a company and follov/i 
the army he done so^ this affiant v 'lunteered as a private 
under Gapt Barmett and tney overtook the army in the Cherokee 
Nation at Choata on the opposite of the amy all the Indlaxis 
fledj they destroyed all their towns and ranged through the 
country. They had frequent skirmishes but no general engage- 
m.ent, they killed some Indians and took some prisoners, 
they lost but one man, Gaot Ja-ies Elliott who was killed at 
TELLICO and a fev; wounded -t ey destroyed HIV/ASSEE TOMI on 
illV^ASSEE RIVER, taking about 20 prisoners -tjien returned 
to the Long Island s of Holston, where they v/ere dismissed. 
He served 2 months on this tour. That Col or iiajor Blount 
of North Carolina was in this expeditioon. He served 2 years, 
one month and a half o 

He resided in Washington Co Va when he entered service 
after the close of said war 1784 he removed tom there to W. AT I 
IS NO'/v SUi.iJER COUNTY TENNESSEE 1796, He removed to SI.ilTH CO 
TENN where he has resided ever since. T at he was born in C 
Craven county South Carolina 29 December 1758^ he has a 
record of his age at homiG in his bible, signed Glisha Oglesoy 

Oct 9 1832. 
iiffidavit of Richard Carr of Sumner Co Tenn state 
he was acquainted with xi^lisha C'glesby in ./ashington Go Va 
during the Revolutlonar v;ar and knows of his said seivice, 
2 Witness v/ere JOim McGEE AND JOHU PAGE - John i.icGee v/as a 
clergytnan residing In Smith Go Tenn, state they are v/eil 
acquainted with iilisha Oglesby. 

Affidavit also of WILLI/u.: mARTIN IN SIdlTH COUNTY TENN 
1832 Oct 7th states his father JOSEPH LARTiN raised a company 
of volunteers in Pittsylvania Go Va in 1776 and tViat under comr^ 
conmiand of Col Crista against the Cherokee Nation, tnat Brice 
and Jolin Martin were his liaut nant and Ensign. 

And believes he is the sa:ne Gapt Lartln referred by 
Ellsha Oglesby in his declaration. ^ 

. letter in the files n from J H OGLESBY 1904 Feo 8 
addressed from Echo, Tennessee to the Commissioner of 
r'e-si ns" 'Sir you will olease give Information of Elisha 
Oo-lesby my grand father a soldier of the Revolutionary war 
and a pensioner. If he drew a land warrant for h s 
service, signed J H Oglesby. 



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WAR OF 18x2 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF EDirUND I DTGKINSOtt A''^!) FJlRY 

SO 5619 SC 6741 V/O 24166 \iC 19697 

Bounty land vvarrant 52009 for 80 acres in 1850 and 

15574 for 80 acres in 1855. 

Served as private under Capt Andrew Caldwell in the Va 

militia and Caot G u Camp's com 'any of Va militia. Enlisted 

Se_-t 16 ldl3 and dischar;;ed Oct 21 1813 and enlisted 

a^am Oct 22 1813 and discarded March 10 1814. 

Residence of soldier 1853 and 1855 was R'^SSEL.. CO'JT^tt^' VA 

and ±871 in aaid county at Lebanon Va. Residence of 

widow 1878 was Copper Creek, Lebanon, Russell county Va. 

Her maiden name was llARY ^^ONAKER. They married Anril 

1817, in Russell Co Va, and he died March 11 1875 in said 

county and she died about 1884. He was a substit.ite 

for Daniel Sutherland in Ca_3t G \v Camp's com lany of Va 

militia. 

DEC^ARATTOIl made in Russell County Va April 4th 1855 
by Edmund Dickinson a^e about 63, states he served as 
private under Caot J-eor e W Kemp in the4th re-^iment of 

Va militia, commanded by Lieut Colonel John Xoontz in the 
war of lbl2. fur six months as substitute for Daniel 
Sutherland and served 14 days; t at he has rec^ved 
bounty land vjarrant under Act of Se it 28 1850. 
FTe makes this declaration of obtaining additional bounty 
land to which he may be entitxed under Act of 3-3-11855. 
He also made another declaration 1855 June 
28th in Russel. Go Va. And a,sain in April 15 1853 
stat.ng about tiie same as previously. 

DECLAIiATIOn was made by Mar Dickenson .=.n Russell 
Co Va Apr 4 1878 -stating she is the \iid.o\: of Edmund 
Dickenson w:lo was enrolled m the Va militia in Russell 
Co Va July 1812 and d^schar :ed at IJorfolk Va March 1813 
t lat her naine before marriage was ^vJ-ar;: Honaker , married 
A_.ril 18x7 by Ezekiel Burdine, Russel Co Va and he died 
March 11 1875. 2 witness to her signature wer Vfa & 
Samuel Dickerson 

Affidavits of tv;o persons, w o -were xienry D Burdine 
and T omas Gibson in Russel Co Va Henry was age 75 1879 
both of Russel-i- Co Va and 1 Gibson age 72 state they were 
acquainted with ^-^rs i.iary Dickenson. and know that 
Edmond and •^"'•ar Dickenson lived together - have known 
t .em from 1822 until he died 1^ March 18 75 



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V/AR OF 1812 

VIRCrTtllA SEic":C!I, OF ISAAC DICICEESOK AjD IJANCY 
V/0 9769 vVC 4935 Bounty land warrant 103798 for 40 acres 

in 1850 and 95526 for 120 acres in 1855 

Enlisted Sept 19, 1813 and discnar^jed Oct 29 1813 and 
enlisted ag^jain Oct 29 iJlS and dischar :ed Jan 7 1814 
Tae widow resided 1851 and 1857 in OOX CO'^T^tty KF?Tqi-TQ.^r 
and 1873 in Somerset, Pulaski county Kent cky. Her 
maiden name vtfas Nancy Robinson, and the,^/ married Dec 8 1814 
in LKE COUI^TY VIRGINIA and he died April 18. 1842 in 
CTBffiER^UD GAx=: KNOX COUI'TY KY, and the wid w died Tiarch 
15 1885. 

DEC^JiRAT ON was made by Nancy Dickinson a£:e 75 
in 1873 Jan 7th in Pulaski Go Ky . stating she is the 
widow of Isaac Dickinson, s who served 60 days in the 
war of lol2 who served under Ca it Micie cnm any, 
; t::at he beion^ied to David Sanders 4th re :iment 

and Ta- lors division, ; that when her husband enlisted 
he was a citizen of LEE COITUTY VTRCrlNIA that they were 
not married until after his discharge from service. 
; that he served as Lieutenant so:aetime during his term.. i' 
T e family bible containing the records of her marriage 
was lost during the civil war, she believes it v/as 
Dec 8 1813, She vi/as married at her father's house 
; Absolem Robispn, in x^ee county Va to said ^saac 
Dickinson under name of ■^"'ancy Robison, Henry Thompson 
a methodist preac :er married them, that he died in KnEx 
Co Ivy at his residence at Cumberland uap on 18 April 1642. 
I'nat she yet rem.ains his Vi/idow. 

Affidavit of Claiborne Anderson _n Lee Co Ya in 
behalf of Nancy Dickinson widow of Isaac deed, formerlly 
residents of -^ee Co Va, in which he madkes this 
affidavit. States they were married in fal^ of 1814. ; 
tiat he become acquainted Wxth them about the time the'. 

married in fai^ of 1814. 
Also affidavit in Lee '-^o Va by Sampson Sage 1872, t-^at 
he knevi/ soldier and wife about 1819 until the' moved to 
C H'tBERLA^'D 3-A ' ICY, t at t'le;; lived as man and wife, t at 
Isaac Dickinson died Apr 17 1842. 

T'le Widow Nancy ' Dickinson 1854 made 

declaration in Knox Co Ky a^e 53 , , that she was 
married m Lee Co a Dec 8 1814 b Henry Thompson, 

her name before ,:arriage was I^anc Robinson, and he died 17th 
April 1842. CERTIFIED COPY OF I'lARRIA'-E record is filed by 
t e Ca.eri- of -^ee Co Va showing marria,-e of isaac Dickinson 
a. id Nancy Robinson Dec 8 1814. AF-IDAV T "N LEE CO ^^a 
states urn Marshall that he served with Isaac Dickinson 
m war of 1^12 „ t at they served in same com any and went 
from ^ee Co Va in same company w 'ich co was raised bv 
Ca jt -^^eal, . . 



v,AR OF 1812 Page 90 

VIRGINIA SEIi'.^^CI F LK'/IS C. DICKMSOF (or CADV;Ai.ADEP. LWl^ 

A D vVlDO.; REBECCA LI DICKENSOII V;0 7322 V/C 3563 

Bounty land warrants 50519 for 80 acres in 1850 and 
19766" for 80 acres ig 1855. 

He served as private ander Capt \. Smith's comoany of 

Virginia militia, enlisted Llarch 8 1814 and disc'iar^ed 

July 28 1814. 

Residence of widow 1852 was V/ashington county Va, post 

office xibingdon, Va . also 1855 tiiere. Maiden name of 

Vi/idow was Reoecca M Bryan. They married 1808 or 1809 

in Papervilxe, SUL._.IVATf CQVT~ Tr^^"ESSEE, and he died Oct 

12 ici50 m v'.ashin^ton Co Va . 

DEC^RATIOIT was made m w'ashin^ton Co Va Sept 7 1852 
by Rebecca M Dickinson a^re 62 stat n^ she is tae v.'idow 
of C V,' L Dickinson, who served as private under \/m ^ Smith 
in t le 3rd or 4t:i regiment of artil^erv under ool 
Constaijt Freemon in t e war of lol2. 

and he v/as dischar .ed at i^i:rfolk 5th July 1814. As his 
term had expired. T \at slie was married to C V E 
Dickinson in Tennessee, Sullivan Co 1809;? or 1804, 
(last figLire blurred) by John Vance, a magistrate, t at 
her name before marriage was Retecka M Bryan, and he 
died near Abingdon 12 Oct 1850,. 

Affidavit of Jno Humes J ^ 1852 
in V-'asi-n^.ton Co Va thathe recol ects that in 1808 
or 1809 t;iat Cadwallader L Dickinson and Rebecca M Bryan 
of 'n/as.ingt on Co Va went to Sullivan Co Ten., and was 
married there by LIr Vanc:. a magistrate, t at said ____ 
galxaher with others went with them to Tennessee and 'w'as 
present at the ceremony of marriage. T .ey returned to 
'•/ashington Co Va as husb'and and wife and remained up to the 
death date of said Dickinson in 1850. 

AFFIDAVIT OF DaV^D CAI^jPEZL: 2nd _ieut in comoan 
of artillery, in Washington Co Va Feb 6 1853 states 
that G J L Dickinson, cal_ed Lewis when in service, was 
a private unaer Capt v«n Smith in artil_ery, tr-at he marchd 
from -said county Mar 8 1814, was mustered into service 
Apr 5 and discharged at Norfolk 7-5-1814 and al_ovjed 
20 days to return home making total of 4 motns add 17 davs . 

DEC_u-.PiA.T"ON made by ^i-ebecca DicJcinson in Washington Co 
Va 1855 stating about tie same as above. 



WAR OF 181S ^^® 91 — - 

VIR'JINIA SEI-iV-QE OF ALEXA^TDER WAUGH AND POLL^ WAUGH 
SO 1693b SO 10940 Vv'O 19683 WC 11726 

He served Cajt John Hewitts company of Virginia militia 
Deoiaration of Alexander V»aUi_^h in ,'ike county Missouri 
May 15, 1871 aje 82 a resident of Bowlinij Green -Pike 
Co Mis juri, tliathis vafe's name was ^''^ary Jennings 
to whom he vjas married in Bedford Co Va 1st "January 1831 
t/iat he sered 60 days m t.LO war of 1812, t-:at he was 
enrolj.ed in Capt John Hewitt's volunteer rifles 
company, Col DICKINSOirs RE^-titej^jt oF V^RG^NIA MILITIA 
at Elliotts Old Field Virginia September 1814 and was 
disciiarged at Batten's Bridge, Va on or about Dec 4 
1814; t.i.at he was a private in said service, near 
Richmond and near Bottom's Bridge, Va, le received 2 land 
warrants by reason of said service, 

AFFIDAVIT OF SELAH G KELSE^^ made in _'ike Co Missouri 
Oct 15 1878 age 48, resident near Bowling Green, pike 
Co Missouri, states he is wel - acquainted with Mrs Polly 
'v/augh widow of Alexander V/augh, late a pensioner of IJ S 
in the vjar of 1812, widow's claim No 19683 and known her 
for last 10 years, t^iatshe remains widow of ^ Alexander 
Waugh 

DEC- ARi'iT "ON was m.ade by Polly \;augh April 20 1878 
.n Pike Co Missouri age 63 near Bowling Green Pike Co Mo 
widow of Alexander Waugh who served under John Hewitt's 
rifle company under Col Dickinson, regiment of Va militia 
atEliiotts Old Field Va, on Se ^t 1814 at Bottoms Bridge 
Va, w.iere he was dischar ed Dec 1814. t at she was married 
under name of I'olly or Marv- Jennings to Alexander V'augh 
25 Jan 1831 b Wm Harris in Bedford Co Va and he died 
near Bowling Green Mo 27 Sept 1875. V^itness were John 
H Jennings and Harrison Randolph to her signature. 

Affidavit by John H Jennin s in Pike Co Missouri 
1878, that hsi age is 60, and was a resident of Bedford 
Co Va 25 Jan 1831, and personally present when 
Alexander V/augh married Poli.y A or Mary Jennings by Wm 
Harris a baptist preacher. 

CERTIFICATE FROM T'T CLERIC OF PIKE CO MISSOttri . 1878 
April 23 he states the last wil^ and testament of Alender 
Waugh deceased, late of said county was duly admitted to 
probate 1st Feb 1876 as it apears from the records of 
said court, remaining in his office at Bowling Green 
Mo 23 April 1878 .--Affidavit of Edsnond Jennings age 49 
in Pike Co Mo 1878 (1878) -also B A Jennings in same 
affidavit have been acq_uainted with Polly V/augh in said 
county for 15 years widov; of Alexander V/aa^:h of sa.d co. 

Polly Waugh mentions in Pike Co Mo 1882 that her 
daughters residence was destroyed by fire -burning her 
pension certificate, name of daughterwas not given. Stated 
she was last paid at TOPEKA AGE'^'C to include Se ;t 4 18.-2 



k'/AR OF 1812 

VIRGINIA SErCrCZ OF GOVffiY V/AUGH SO 23420 ^^S® 92--- 

Served under Capt William Smith' of the Yirj;inia Militia 

DECLARATION vms made in Orajire County Virginia Sei^t 

13 1871 by jOv;r.y v/augh a^/e 88 a resident of 

Taylor township, Orange Co Va t'.at 'le is married to 

Susan wright, in Orange Co Va n 23 Seotember 1813 

t.iat he served sixt\ da'-s in tlie Cavalry, t'/^at he 

volunteered in Capt V.'m Smith's Cavalry in Orange Co Va 

June 1, 1313 and was disc larged at Richmond Va 3-. Aug 

1813 . 2 witness to his signature vjere James T Clark and 

i/m H Ilewton. 

AFi^IDAVIT OF JO^ril F AI^'.IOIID 1871 in Orange Co 

Va postmaster of Oran,_^e Court .louse Va, states 

as to tiie loyalty of sa^d Gowr..' '«.'augh, . 



«;ar of id 12 

VIRGINIA SERVCE OF JkF.SS ^JAUGH S 30774 PAGE 93 

He served, Corporal J^mes Iiason's Gump-'.a.^' of 

Vir^-inia militia {AL^,EGED) . 

It apiears from tae papers in tiie 's-sv o C 1812 

pension claim SO 30774 t ■ t James 'waug^h applied for 

pension Nov 7 1877 at which time he was a resident 

of Berkeley Springs, Morgan county, V/est Virginia, age 

90. He alleged t lat he enlisted in Berkeley Co Va 

and served as private in Ca it James Mason's Co '.pany of 

?a militia, war of 1812. His claim was not allowed 

eta he failed So furnlah proof of servioe as required by 

the pension law. 

He married 1815 near Ambrose's church 

Morgan Co Va, to Elizabeth Tripapoo. There is no 

firther data on file relative to his family. 

Tiie above noted is the only James V/augh foud 

on the war of 1812 I'ec rs of the National Archives. 

One letter in t^te file from Randolph Upshur 
counties, one H Roy »«augh. Judge, Buckhannon, v/est Va 
wrote 1924, to the Pension ooninissioner . ± states Ja^nes 
V/augh of Va and James ^v'augh the son, Vv'ere soldiers in 
t:"e Revolutionar and the war :f 1812 res ecti vely 
Tae forp^er was given a land grant for tne services rendered 
in tae Revolution. Desiring to find f jjrther records, 
aiso a letter in 1928 from i-irs Alice Scott Sievert 
of Kingman, Arizona-Mohave County, concerning this soldier 
record . 



v/AR OF 181S ^^g® 9^ 

VIRGINIA SEitVICT 0? RODERICK "..'AUa^ A^'D EDIT'L/^ A^ttt WA'J -T^ 
^ V/0 17051 fend wC 20342 Corpora^ in 

Capt -J Iiewitt's company of Virginia militia. 

DECLARATION v;as made "b:' Editha Ann Y.'aagh in Amherst 

COUiJTY VIRGINIA April 11, 1878 a-e 57 v-idov; of 

Roderick \.aj.^h \-j .o served 14 da- s in tne infantr- in the 

war of 1g12, t. at he was drafted at Richmond Va lol2 

as a private j.nder Cajt John D Racker ad discharged at 

Riciimond Va 1.^12. Tnat she was married ander name of 

Editha x-.nn Gillespie to Roderick Vi^ax^h April 29 1845. 

by John Davj^s t.iat he died in Amherst Co Va 26 Dec 1859 

Tat ner post office address is at thJ.s date; 

Big Island, Bedford Co Va . 

T;.e certif:.ed copy of their marriaj^e reccrd is 
filed by clerk of Amherst Co Va 1878 Apr 2, showing 

Rod kVaugh and Editha Ann Gil±aspie of Am;-erst Co Va 
andthat Tariton Gil^aspie signed tae bond with 
ROD'K V/AUGH. -dated Ilarch 28 1845. 

^ General affidavit made in Amherst Co Va in 
tiie matter of Editha ^i:ra v.a.itjh as widov; of Rhoderick 
Waagh, sit^ned by ? E V.'aue;h a::G Daniel Shrader 
witnessed b;. Gee D Shrader and ''.1 D Ray, stating thatthe 
widov; remains as tne vjidow of Roderick 'v.aarh.. 



■Wi.R OF 1812 "'.- # NAVY INVALID FI1.E #117: 
VIRGINIA AamCY ■ JOHN BEVINS Page 95-- 

SEKVICE AS A GUlWEn IN T^IE IJIJUTD STATES NAVy 1310 to 
1837 BEVINS ' 

He vvas discharged said John ._ a O^aarter Gunne 

in the U S Navy having: been disabled in the service of 

the U S whilst actinij in t.ie line of his datv, is ent- 

tled to receive at the Navy x'ension A;;^ency , V.'ashingto 

D C ,;7.50 per months, payable half n.eaarly on the ist J 

July and first of Jan daring life and etc. 

Copy of letter fr m John Bevins iiarch 12 1836 
at U S Ha y Hospital. states, Sir: 

Having been in the service of the 1 S and served them 
faithfal_y for a great many years, nov; being worn oat and 
anscanworthy? I mast or wish yoa woald be so kind 
asto take my case with consideration and do something 
for me. He mentions the ship on v/hioh he has done daty 
T lat he enterea on board the Brig Ar.jas Cai^t 
jjawrei;ce in 1810 and • in 1811 on board the Constitation 
-Cajt Hall v;.iere I remained antil 1813,. dar ing... which - 
t_me, I was ' at c-ptoring of the Gaerriene? and Java 
frigates from tie enemy. he then took ap dischar e and 
entered on uoard the frigate vVasp in whxCh vessel he 
was captared and confined in Dartmn? orison mtii 
peace of 1815 a d in l8l7 he joined the Franklin 
'/4, and served his time and ander comnand of Joanna 
Stewart In 1B19 he joined the Colambas 74, ander ^ B 
Eambridge, ..wars discharged 1821 and 1822 he joined the 
Pencock, Gapt CarSon and served 2 years on the west 
India Station, t .en reentered for 3 ears to go roand the 
HORN, j.nd3r Gapt Garter, ser-ed his time oat and took 
his dischar^.e. In 1827 entered on board the CONSTIL. AT'^ON 
Joann Ridgley in the w Indies, came to Norfolk soon afttc 
and was drafted and sent to Nev>/ or . to .join the 
Sloop Erie. Ga:. t Tamer? n board of which he served 
4 years and 7 months . when he had the mis fort ane to be 
disabled by the falling of the fire ladder across his leg 
for wh^ch Dr Canbery? ai;d other doctors invalided him 
^n Norfolk . He shipped and v^ent on board the 
Schooner Enterprise, Lt . Gom.nd Derneng? sereed on board 
of her 30 months in the BRAZIL STATION, daring which ti 

t^me he was inj.ared by a fall ana oat of the main 
rigging. Dr Blacknalx was sar eon at the time, and 
probaly wi ^^ recolect it. He was then discharged 
in Norfolk. He then went to Baltimore, and shipped for 
t :e John iidams, in which vessel he went to the 
Medeteranian, his health being bad was sent home in tlie 
Delaware 74 and torned over to tho United States 
Naval Hospital, signed John Bevins. 

-separate paper; from LT S Naval As^clom at 
Philadelpiiia Jane 2 1848. States; This is to 
certif t lat John Bevans, pensioner, was admitted into 
t;.is institation Aig 23, 1847. sigr^ed A E V/atson 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF CHARLES DYER R 3176 ^^S® ^®* 

AFFIDAV TS IN KEOKUK COUNTY IOWA B^'' BENNIT JACOBS 

AUD AUSTIN JACOBS 14 1855 March 12th state state that 

Charles Dyer who died on 3d September 1831 left the 

folj-owing named children to wit; Elizabeth 

Vaughn, since deceased, William Dyer, Mary Habhard, 

-since deceased, John Dyer , since deceased, James Dyer, 

since deceased, Charles Dyer, Hugh Dyer, Nancy Hurst, 

Elizabeth Dyer, Jonathan Dyer and Tetitas? Hackley? since 

deceased and txiat said Charles Dyer left no vadow, 

who is now living and also that the said Charles Dyer 

is the identical Charles Dyer whose ap^jlication for pensio 
was made b. By G-ov Jennings? and who served in the 
Revolutionary war, as is as describe in the Certificate 

of disc lax.je presented herev,;ith. signed Bennit Jacobs 
and Austin Jacobs. 

--(separate paper follovjs:) date at Fort Randolph 

Sept 25 1778 
The bearer Charles Dyer a soldier in my company of the 12 
Va regiment whose tiiine of enlistment is fuli.y expired 
is hereby dischar -ed. Having served over 2 years and 
he behaced himself during the said time as a good 
soldier, signed by vVm MoKee, Capt 12th Va regiment. 



T e following paper is se arate from above: 
"T'>is is to certif:; that it appears from a list in 
this office of such officers and soldiers of the Va 
Continental line as settled their accounts and reed 
certificates for balance of their fuli- ay, according to 
Act of Assembly passed Nov Session 1781, directing the 
Auditors of Public Accou;;ts to settle and adjust the pay 
and accounts of the said officers and soldiers from the 
1st Jan 1777 to 12,31,1781, (see Hennings Statutes at 
iiarge volume 10 page 462) that a settlement was made 
on 21 April 1784, in name of CHARGES DYER as soldier of 
infantry & evidence t f State to him for L33-6-8 
delivered to Capt McKee . but as the original settlement 
or copies thereof are not to be found in this office, 
tie term of service embraced tlierein cannot be stated, 
signed at the Auditor's office, Richmond, Va 11,19,1854 

by C \1 Clutter, Aud-tor Public 
Accounts . 



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VIRGINIA SEKVICi' OF FRAl^ICIS D^TER S 39476 5, Elizabeth. 

DECLARATION was mad in LunenbijjTtj coauty Virgina 1832 

Fetruarj' 13, by Francis Dyer, resident in said county a^-e 

71 who applied under Acts of 18 liarch loiS and 1st Jlav 

1820, that he enlisted for 3 ears about Aug or Se ^t 

1776, in V:.rtjinia under Ca t William Murray in re_;inent 

of Col Charles Harrison, in tne line of the state of Va. 

on continental establishment , and continueo to serve until 

about Au-j or Seot 17 79, v/hen he was disc ar ed from 

service at Williamsburg Va, t;.at he afterwards enlisted 

for the duration of war about July 1780. in state of 

North Carolina in company of Capt Gunn in regiment of Col 

Wm H White in the line of state of Va, on continental 

establishment, and continued to serve until 1780, when his 

arm being disabled, he remained at home on furlough until 

the end of the war. - mentions that in 1824 he sold 105 

acres of land, which he owned in Dinwiddle Count- Va, 

and srme cattle etc; that he tlien bought 123 acres in 

Lunenburg Co Va and cattle, t en sold this tract, the 

bought 100 acres more in said county, and 1829 he gave 

a deed of trust on his land and stock-un order to secure 

a debt which he owed to JOHN lUDDOX 

AFFIDAVIT OF JOHN H CLAIBORNE Feb 22 1832 
in BRIT/SWICK COUNTY VIRGINIA: The affidavit of John H 
Claiborne 1832 Feb 22 to be ised as proof of militar'- 

service of Francis Dyer n the Revolutionar '. war, in the Va 
state lir^e, on oontinevitai establishment. T at he was 
personally well acq^uainted with Francis Dyer, -(with re ard 
to his property) -t ^at he had neard various people talking 
to the soldier Francis Dyer regarding his service . Erasmus 
Gilj., John Fitzgerald, and Buli.er Claiborne . signed 

John H Claiborne in 
Brunswick Co Va . The 2 deeds are filed-both made Dinwiddle 

Co Va.-1822. 



Page 98 

VIRGINIA SEit>/ICE OF aiOit&E RUSSEL OR RUSSEj. .- S 39059 

Deolaration xa made in SMIT'- CO HTY TE''"ESSEE 1820 Aug 
15 by Georje Rassel age 68 states he entered service 177 

(1878) in the 15ta V_r£;inia recipient, ser ed 
one year and nine months and disohar ed at Hiddlebrook 
Tew Jersey, 

He famished schedule of his property and stated 
he has a v;^fe about aje 45 a;.d one child, a boy 
about a,^e 5. signed ^eorjje Russel 

Another declaration was mad. in Smith Go Tenn 1821 
May 14 b' George Russel a resident of said county, 
age 68 Ke apilied under the .-.cts of March IJ, 18i8 
and 1st May 1820 that s he enlisted for 12 months 
1778 in Virginia .mder Capt Robert llaberry and Col ^Teath 
in Va on continental establishment, and continued to 
serve in th.e said Corps until 1779, when he was discharged 

fr m service at ^iJ-iddlebrook^ he was in the battle of 
Rugesleys creek, in South Carolina and at Gates' defeat 
a ad 

In t e schedule of his property he does not /ive any land 
lie has a wife about 45, and one boy about age 5. 

Two affidavits of Drary Moseley and liilj.ey Tloseley 
in Smith Co Tena 1821 states they knew in 1778 
and wel_ acquainted with George Russel a native and resident 
OF BRTJTISVrCK CO'TlTT"^' VIRGINIA, that in 1758 he went into 
tie continental army and they understood he enlisted as 
a soldier in said army for 12 months, and he returned 
home in t:ie sprin,-:: of 17'.^9., 



WAR OF Ibis Page 99- 

VIRGINIA SERVICI OF JAI.^ES S GUNKEx... ATJj HELi^El^ :: GUN^-EL. 
\m 44954 and "u'C 35215 
B anty land warrants Nos 68882 for 40 acres in 1850 

cancelled. 32171 for 40 acr s in 1850 and 1693 

for 120 acres in 1855 
'le served ander Ca^t Temple Smith and John DeBell's 
companies of Ya militia; enlisted Aug 23 1814 and 
dischar ed Nov 24 1814. 

lie resided 1851 in Washington D C and 1853 the widow 
resiied in Washington D C also 1859 

Her maiden name was Helen M Maokali, and they marr-xed 
October 13 1825 in Washington I) C and =~ he died Hay 
26 1852 in Washington D C. 

Dec aration m^de in iii'asl.ington D C 1855 ^larch 19 

hy ilellen M G-annei^ w.dov^ of James Ganne^l deceased a 
i.ieat..nant in Ca jt Temple Smith's company in t le 60th 
regi :-t of Va militia commanded b Col ?Iinor and was 
transferred to Capt John D Bell's co in t.^e 57th 
Regi lent of Col Mason in the war of lbl2. 

That he entered at winter hill on or about 23 Aug 
1814 and served for 3 months and disc ar ed at 

Ellicotts mill on 24 Hov . T'lat she was married to 
James S Gu nnei.^ in George tovm 13 Oct 1825, b/ Gist a 
minister t :at her main naiae was He_len M Maclcal , 
t at her hj.s'.and d^ed in ^/ashington D C May 28 1852, 
taat S-ie remains a widow. 

]}EC_.Aru\TION WAS ALSO made 1851 and 1853 and 
October & 12t 1889 in w'aaliington D C by I.Irs Hel.en 
Gunnel-, age 92 states she married Jaaies S Gunneil 

in Georgetown, w'ash^n_;ton D G October 25 1825. By Rev 
Job Guest a methodist minister.. 



WAR OF 1818 

VIRGINIA SERVICE CF JOIM GUTHTELL WO 28088 PAGE 100--- 

'iQ served under Capt Goor^e Graham in the Virginia militia 

DECLARATION was made in FAIRFAJ COUTtT"^ VIR':'^TNrA 

Se.jtemtier 17 1872 by John Gonneli a£:e 79 a resident of 

said county, tiiat he is a widower, t .at he volunteered 

in company of cavalry under Capt George Graham in the 

.Var of 1812, on 23 August IBl^i, for five years or duratio 

of the war and served tne full period of 60 da^s in the 

militar" service and was not on actual service after 

the latter jart c^f October 1814. 

Twio witness to his signature were V/alter 

Powelx and F D R^cherson m sa.d Fairfax Co Va 

1872. 



WAR OF liJ12 Page 101— 

VIHUiniA SERVICE OF NATHAIIIEI. GOTNE^^. AIID CAT'^ARIIIE CrUI'TTTEJ 

k/O 32686 v/G 20805 bounty land warrants 100087 for 40 

acres in 1850 and 50474 for 120 acr.'.s in 1855 . 

He was a private ander Alexander R Givens, comr.any of 

Vir^^inia militia, enlisted Aag 30 1814 and disc-ar ed Dec 

9, 1814. His residence 1851 was Rav Co Missouri 

also in 1855. Widov; resided 1878 in Ra Co at Richmond 

r Missouri, He had a first wife? liie widow Catiiarine 

Saylor nad a first husband ALBERT 

T'ley married Jan 4 1848 in Ray Co Missouri, and he died there 

March 20 1857. 

Declaration was made for bounty land warrant in Ra^- 
Co Missouri 1855 April 28 by Nathaniel G-unneli a e 76 
and a^j^jlied for 40 acres, which was issued to him 
July 1854 

He a^jplied 1854 in AUfc;usta Co Vir{;inia (which paper 
is most to dim to read accurately, 

Nathaniel Guhnell age 72 ap lied in Ray Co Missouri 
Jan 15 1851 aje 72 stat s he served as private 
under Ca.^t Elijah Stron^? - he continued in seriice 
for five years, and honorably discharged June 1313 

CERTIFIED CO±^Y OF i.iLJlj.Iii.GE RECORD IS Fi:uED B/ C^EM-- 
f Ray Co Missouri 1878 shov;ing marriai;e of 
Nathaniel Gunnell Sr to Catharine Albert in said countv 
1848 Jan 4t:; by *J H Baliard a J -, 

T .ere were several affidavits filed, one by 
V/illiam .Ubert in Ra^- Co Mo Aug 15 1878 ; who states 
Cat .arine Gunnell 's nai.ie before marriage with Nathaniel 
Gunnels deed was Catharine ^.Ibert, widow of Thomas 
Albert deceased, her maiden name having bee Catiiarine 
Saylor, that Thomas ..Ibert deed, former hensband of s 
said Cat.iar^ne Gunnell deed in Ray Co Mo about ^'et 20 
1844, that he saw him sie and saw her remain his widow. 

;^ffidavit of Catharine Gunnell 1878 in Ray co Mo 
s_milar to above.- affidavit of Joseph F Duval and 
v/ade Roggers 

Nathaniel Gunnel- was known as Nathaniel Gunnel F^r . 



WAR OF ldl2 Page 102--- 

VIRaiNIA SEiiVCr OF v7IL IkM OUimEL A^^D ELIZA':?:^-^ WO 4393 
and V. C 2243 bounty land warrants 16007 for 40 

50 acres in 41238 for 120 acres in ld55 
^e served as corpora in Ca,jt Joha D Bell's com any 
of Viri/inia inilitia, enlisted Se.it 21 1814 and dischd 
TTov 24 1814. -n-esidence of widow 1850 and 1855 
was FAIRFAX COJUi'Y VIRGINIA and 1871 still there 
at Fairfax court House, Va, her maiden riame teing 
Elizabeth Lanham, they married in said county 1809 
Jan 5. 'le died May 1 1848 in Fairfax Co Va, t'Te 
widow died April 2 lb72. 

Declaration of Elizabeth Gunnell Fairfax Co Va 
1850 October 13th age 58, states she is the v/idow 

of k/il^iam Gunnels a corporal under Ca t John DeBelx 
m' t _e 60th regi.ient of Va militia andorCoI -eor ;e 
ilinor in t e war of 1312; that he was drafte in 
Fairfax Co Va Aug 1814 for 3 months served 3 mos . 
and disciiared at Snowden's Iron Works, near Elicott 
Jlil^s Maryland, 24 Hov 1814 as wil a -pear b' his 

original certificat of disCarje filed with the 

papers . 

She states she was married to '..illiam Gunnel- 
in Fairfax Go Va Jan 5 1809 by '^eremiah Moore 
a baptist minister, that her name before marriage 
was Elizabeth x,anhara, that he died in Fairfax Co 
Va Hay 1, 1848. 

Affidavit of John H Lanham in Fairfax Co Va 
1850 , t at John H ^anham was in t e same war and 
under same Cajtain with v/m Gunnel x deed and knows ?/m 
Gunnels rendereci service as set forth in t o 
decxaration; that he was also present at the marriage 
af or osaxd . 

_;i letter xn tna files from Mrs " Y Marshall, 
Brandon Hotel, Basic Citv- a 1913- states to the 
Pension co missi oner, re,,arding Pier father's family 

Mentions abstract from Fairfax Co Records 
wil- of rfJilliam Gunnels of said county who died 1760 
o -.ildren were v^'i ..liam Gunnell (2) wil dated 1787 
Henry Gunnels probated 1797; t at children oi V/m 
Gunnell (2) Allan Gunnel-, w'm (2) Elizabeth Wrenn 
Henry, children of V/m Gunnel- (3) Presley Gunnell 

AFE'LA'^T OF E:.,""Z-.rTT"^ GLHrnELL AGE 84 in 
1871 states she is t ^e v;idov/ of William Gunnell 
who served 60 davs m t.ie war of lol2.. 

(The will above mentioned is not clearly written 
and would have to be cnecked just to see if it is 
correct . 



PAGE 103 

LEE'S LEGIOK SERVICE OF JOIilxT HMSON BOUNTY LAKD iVARRA::T NO 

13242 for 10 j acres, (No Papers) 

The records of the National Archives shov/ that Warrant 

number 13242 for 100 acres of bounty land v/as Issued Septeiioer 2, 

1789, on account of the service of Jolin Hanson, a private in 

Lee's Legion, Vi/ar of the Revolution. 

Due to the destruction of papers in such 

early claims, when the i/i'ar Office v/as Burned in 1800, and in 

1314, there is no further inforv:ation in re ard to his serv ce 

and no data in re ard to his fa^nily. 

If yov. desire information relative to the location 

of the bounty land referred to above, it is suggested thab you 

ap ly to the Commissioner of tlj.e General Land Office, Interior 

Department, Washington, Do C. and cite the following datas 

V^arrant Number 13242 for 100 acres issued September 2, 1789. 



MAR OF lbl2 VIRGINIA: ^^S^ 104- ■ 

UIJITEI) STATES INFa^'TR^"' SERVICY: OF AAROTT ^tart A^^D ^'OL^.Y 

V/O 42839 and \;c 33479 

Bounty Land warrant 27762 for 160 
Acr s in 1855.- He served Capt '^ames Charlton's 
Gompany 12th regiment U S Infantry. 
Enlisted Aa 11 lbl3 and dischar^-ed Deo 31 1813 
reputed sick. 

Residence of soldier 1855 was AlJDERSor CO jITTY KY 
RESIDEhCI. OF uIDOW 1883 was Lexington Scott co.mt" 
Indiana, Hor maiden name was POLLY AL_.EY. T..e . 
married Feb 22 _82 7 in ST-IE^B'" COTJMTY AT S^^ELB^n/i^LEE 
KY. and he died Ju.ly 23 1858 in Anderson Cc IC. . 

DSCLARAT:^OiT FOR BO'IMi"^ i.A?iL i.ia de in Andersen Co 
Ky by Aaron Hart April 24, 1855 stating he enlisted 

in w'AS^-^TlJGTOW COUI'IT^^ YIRGIIIIA 

Au ast ltil2, served five years and 16 or 17 months 
a:id v^fas discharged in Staunton 7a 31 Dec lol3, ; t:iat 
he was discharged on account of Rheumatism in left knee 
ca.ised by exposure wiiile in line of duty and etc. 

Declaration by Polly Hart m Scott county Indiana 
May 3 1883 age 83 a resident of ^jexington Indiana 
states she is widov^; of i^aron Hart, states her husland 
was age 28 when he enlisted, BOR" "11 E^'^'S^^LVA'^i^A 
t lat sne v^as married to Aaron Hart in S'.ielbyvile 
Sheiby Co Ky 22 Feb 182 7 b^. Joel Hulsey a 1,1 & 
that her name before marriage was Poly Alley 
t lat she remains his widow; that iie died in Andersen Co 
Ky 23 July 1858. T lat since his discharge they had 
resided in Shelby, Franklin and Anderson Co Kentucky 

T lere are many affidavits; one by Martin L Hart 
in Scott Co Indiana age 53 1883 T'.at he has been in 
possession of his father' Aaron Hart's family bible 
record, t -.at the following appears as part of said 
record t .ough he stated it vi/as not all ciear; t at 
Aaron Hart married 22 Feb 1827 childr n of Aaron and 
Mar Hart, that ±he remained of record can::-, t be 
read in full; Ann Hart was BORN 1829. 



V/AR OF 18 IS 

VIRGINIA SERVICr OF JOffl'I P HILL SO 30232 Page 105 

Private under Ca jt \' Tlir cctaiiorton in the Virginia militia 

IiEC-^aRaTIOW was made in Henry Coantv '"isso'ori June 
2x, 1871 b/ John P Hil-, states he is a resident 
of Henr Co Missouri fiat his wife's name is 

NAWC^" HALEY, to whoto he was married in Fayette oo Va 
Nov 1820; t .at he served under 

w' T/irockmorton in Hampshire Go Va, and was disc'iar ed 
in Romne. Va . 

!{e was in the battle of Baltimore when 
General Ross was killed. 

2 Witness to his signature were '.;m Loyd 
Stewart and I E Flagg 

In a letter written by the soldier John P Hill 
in Henry Co Missouri, 1875 October 2nd, he stated: 

"In my claim for pension No 30232 I cannot state trie 

number of my fis. land -vjarrants. t le fj.rst was for 40 
acres and 2nd for 120 acres Tiie' were obtained for 

me by the j-ats Stephen A Dace'-'let or Dou.glas? 
One for 40 acr^s was laid in Illinois and t .e other 

in Missouri. Tae natare of m.y service in the var 
was a minute man,. v<e were kept as minute men ard 
were in no serv_ce except as the stated in my applica- 
tion. 



v;AR of l6l2 Page 106--- 

viRaiwiA SERV cr OF jomi hill a^-d sara'^ n wo 21538 

and vi/C 27214 served as private under Capt MathevJs McCowan's 
company of Va militia. 

DEC;.ARaT^OII ma^e b. John Hill in Fayette Go Virginia 
1855 a,;e 61 states he was a priv te in company of 
Cajt Matthew McGory? in th.G Va militia ander Col Elihu 
Boyd in said war, that he was drafted at Kanawha Co 
Va aboat A^)ril 25 1814, and continued to ser ±oe 14 days 
and was honorably discharged at Norfolk on 30 Aug 1814. 
He makes this declaration to obtain bounty land to wh:Gh he 
may be entitled under act ap iroved March 3 1855 . 

Certified copy of marria je record is filed 
b clerk of Kanawha Co Va showing John Hil^ and Sarah 
Kiger married in Kanawha Go Va Feb 15, 1839. 
His feount land warrant was No 67402 for 160 acres in 
1855, enlisted April 30 1814 and discharged Aug 29 1814. 
His residence 1855 vjas Fayette Co Va, and widow in 1879 
resided at Gauley Bridge, Fayette Co \;est Va, that her 
maiden name was Kiger, they married Feb 14 1839. and he 
died Oct 18 1872 at Gauley Bridge, and she died 
Feb 5 1888 

Declaration was made by Sara i H Rili age 67 
in Fayette Co Va April 5 1878 stat .s she is the widow 
of John Hill, states he enlisted in Kanawha Co Va June 28 
1814 for 3 mogt;is and was discharyged at Norfolk Va 28 
Aug 1814 t at he was age 16 when he enli ted 
fiat she was married to John Hili. in Kanawha Go Va Feb 
l-i 1839, by v/m Ligon, a minister, t at her maiden name 
was Sarah H Kiger.. She a^-so made declaration 1879 
stating about tne same as before. 



WAR OF lbl2 Page 107- - 

VIR'ilNIA SERVICI. OF JGM HI^^. ^IID liLiEY MK HILL WO 36079 

He volunteered in Albemarle or Calpepper coanty 

Virginia and was in the battle of Tippeoanoe. 

He married in Bloomington, Monroe county Indiana 
to i.Iary Ann Avis. He died October 1863 or Oct 30 
1864 in Greencastle, Indiana. 

The widow Mary Ann Hilx, applied for pension April S3 
1879 then a resident of Carrollton, Ohio, age 66 
and referred to her husband as Dr. John Hili. 

The claim was not allowed as the data furnished 
was not sufficient to enable the Bureau to identify 
t le service of her husband . 

She also stated she and her husband had both been 
previously married, t at both consorts were deceased, 
and reterred to John Hill's first wife as Mary HiH. 
She did not give the name of her first husband. 

In 1879 Laura Sterling, age 25 and Willard Hill, 
aged 22 -both at that time living in Carrollton Ohio, 
stated that they were the children of aforesaid John 
Hill. 

Tiiere ars no further data as to family. 



V/AR OF lb 12 

VIRGINI.; SEHVICr OF JOmi A HIL^ OR (JOim) Page 108 

Corporal under Gajjt John Tyler 's company of Ya 
militia. Private in Lieut Kicodemus Leftwick's Co 

Va militia. I'Tumbers SO 2'±455 and SC 20615 

Bounty xano. v^/arrants ITos . . . ._ : 

9436o for 40 acres m 1850 cancel ed 

and 25676 for 160 acres in 1855. He enlisted June 28 

1813 and dischareied July x3 1813 and enlisted auagin Au^:' 

31, 1814 and discliaci^ed Dec 18 1814. 

Kis residence 1853 and 1855 was Cooper Co.inty Missouri 

and 1871 lived in Adair county Kentucky at G-lensfork 

Maiden name of wife was Pegg Gilpson? '-^hey married 

1812 in Bedford Co Va . 

Declaration for Boionty land was made in Cooper 

Co Missouri June 17, 1855 fey John A Hili age 62 

a resident of said county states he volunteered m 

C"IARi.ES C^T'' COTITF" CO'TkT HO'SE VA July 1813 for six 

montiis a;d served 3 months and dischar ed at V'illiamsburg 
Va Sept lcil3 or 1814; also declaration was made in 
same county June 30 1853 and states he was a resident 
of Cooper Co Mo. States he served under Capt John 
Syler in t ae rejiment of Va militia. Volunteered in 
Charles "-^ity Co Va ldl2 July 

ItC^^icATIOK was also made in ADAIR COm^TY KY 
Sept 5, 1871 hv John Kill age 84 on thatdate. 
States he married Pe^y 'ilpin in Bedford Co Va 
that he enlisted in Capt \m Hopr.ins Co in regiment of 
Leftwick in Bedford Co Va' and discharjed at Elicotts Old 
Field near Baltimore in the fal or Dec 1812 he was 
cal_ed out for 60 days or 3 months and was in the 
service over 60 days, when the company disbanded, a 
discharge was given claimant. - that his discharge 
has been lost. 

Declaration was also made 1873 in Adair Co Ky 
stated then he enlisted m Bedford Co Va and was 
first collected the Meadows of G-oose creek in same 
county. under Capt v»'.u Hopkins.. 



vVAR OF 1812 P^^e 109— 

VIRGINIA SERVICE C'F JOHN HILL SO S3702 

served as privite under Cant Robert Hariston in the Va 

militia. 

DEC^.ARATIOH v;as raade in Floyd County Vir:;:inia July 29, 

1871 by John Hill age 72 a resident of said county 

tat the name of his v;ife vjas Elizabeth ""ilj. to whom 

he was married at John Hill's in Franklin Co Va 

May 9 1816; that he served ful. period of 60 

da.'s in t le militar service in t ..\2 war of ldl2; 

t at he volunteered under Gapt Robert Hariston 

1815 or 1813? and was discharged at Richmond Va 

A letter was written by John Hil-L to the Pension 

Commission in '..'ashington from Floyd Co at Simpson Va 

dated i873, he stated taere were some persons m his 

county t .at were drawing pensions, who served with him; 

one Drewry Haynes of Franklin Co Va was in his 

Gom.'any, and many others and mustered into service at 

tie same time and discharged at the same time, have 

drawn t.iexr money. 



VIRGINIA SE..7ICI: OF BMJi^MIW ^irjET A^'D I'lARY S Page 110 

Vi27873 
Bounty land warrant Ko 5S677 for 160 acres 

in 1855 
COPY OF :i-lKI:IACrE REC'liD 'S FTo^EB BY T'" Ci^R': OF 

CaROijIIIE CO'JIITY VA showing tiiat Benjamin Yort and Pol^y 

Stuart secured license to marr;^ 13 Nov 1815. ?erit in 

by clerk in 1j56 October 1st. One Philip Long was on 

t e rnarria^:e license, with said Ben.j ''lurt. 

T.is Benjamin Yui'^t was born 1759 and resided in 

Caroline ^o Ya sereed in the Va troops. 

DECAPlATI I; was made by Benjamin Kurt in Caroline 

county Ya a^e 74 in 1833 Oct 14, who ap^^lied 'inder 

tie Act June 7 IdSS (1832). He marcned from Caroline Co 

Ya Spring of 1779, .mder Ca^.t Davis Jamison, to V/il_iams- 

borg a. id from t,,ere vjas kep marching back and forward 

to Tribel^s to prevent the enemy from landing at t at 

place, le served 3 montis and was discParped, tiie field 

of fie ,1 s at this time were Col Ilatthews . He marched again 

from the v/hite Chimae;. in said county daring same year urder 

Capt V/m Sutton, to Richmond and from there morciied back 

and t-:rough tae county of Culpep er and joined the army 

under ^eaei'ai v<ayne, at Roclcwood a. id from there to 

old Jamestown.- . Ilr Hurt marclied from Caroline Co under 
Ca,t John Fitzhugh to u'il iamsburg. 

Dec.aration m;de in Yaywood Co Tennessee 1855 by 
William Y Hart stats his mother Yary '^.wct is widow 

of Benjamin Ylurt w lo was a private in the Pevolution 

Declaration laade b' Y;ry S Hurt 1855 in Yaywood Co 
Tenn, but it is entirely too dim to read, stating her husband 
died 1834 Jul; 27th, and s/ie rer;;ains his widow 

DEC _A RAT ''"11 was made in Caroline Cq Va 1335 by Benjamin 
Jfurt and appointed ;m Y Hurt in Caroline Co Ya 

as his povj r of attorney to prosecute his pension claim. 



Page 111— 



VIRCr"MA SER^nCE OF FRAi'CIS IFTRT A"D FiAR APJ T R5436 

DECLARAT'OIJ was made in Buckingham county Virginia 

December 3, 1840 by Margaret Hurt, a resident of said 

county , a,-^;e 80, v;ho ap -lied under the Act of July 7, 

1838, . 

She states she is widovj of Francis Hurt, late of 

said county and State, w/io was a FIFER in the Continental 

line of Militia, of Vir jinia during the Revolution. 

She knows nothing of his service, she having married him 

subsequent to tne expiration of his last period of service . 

She has heard him frequently, during his life time, 

being in the service and tnat he was engaged in 

battles and suffered many hardships. that she was 

married to Francis Hurt, loth July 1785. That he died lOt-i 

of August 1816. 

Affidavit in Buckingham Co Va by Martin Hurt 

do hereby certify tat Francis Hurt died 10 A^g 1816 

leaving his vjidow Margaret Hurt, who is stil- resident 

of said county* 

Ce-tified co^:y of marriage record is filed by 

clerk of Prince Edward Co Va showing Francis Hurt 

and t'B.'gy McTaggot spinster dau of Phillip McTagget 
July 18^ 1785. 

AFFID^.'^T ■''F I J Gilxispie m I'.uckingham Co Va 
1835 states Francis Hurt and heirs viz; Polly 
Albright, formerly Hurt, Mar' tin Hurt, Bar net 7 Hurt (S-. 
Elizabeth Sadler, formerly Hurt for /E5 or .30 years 
andhas never heard it questioned by the said ?essy being 
lawful wife of Fra cis Hart deed. 

AFF^D'.VIT C>F JOT' FTTCHTRSOH in Amelia Go Va 1842 
to establish claim of T^argaret "urt wdo of late Francis 
was in tne Revolutionary war as a fifer, in re ular 
army, he was tnen in Horth Carolina at battle of 
Guilford coox-t house 1781. served 3 years. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JANES lETRT S 28850 Pag® 112— • 

The fo.-lowmg is the record of the oniy soldier nac'-ed 

James Rurt that is foand on the nevolutionary war 
records of tlie National Archives. 

The data famished herein are obtained from the payers 
on file in pension claim S SBtJSO based apon the militar ' 

service of James Hart darin^^ the war of the Revelation. 
He enlisted Jaly 30 17ciO at Liberty, Bedford Co Va , under 
Gait Iloon, marched ander Gapt V/m Terr^- to Hilisboro, North 
Carolina, v^/here he joined Ca )t Thomas Bov/yer's Virjinia 

company and Vi/as in Colonel Campbel-'s Va regiment, was in 
the battles of Camden, Gailford Coart Tloase Ninet^' Six 
and Eataw Springs, and was discharged Dec 30 1781. 

He was aliovi/ed pension on his a:i plication execited Dec 
20 1819, then a resident of ■^'•enry Coanty Teniicssee 
and was aged 70. ^• 

The soldier in 1821 stated tliat his wife was about his 
his age, and also referred to a daughter aged 25, who had a 
small child. no names were states,. 

There was also a son James Hart, Jr. There are no farther 
data as to the family. , 



VIR&INIA SER^IC" OF V/EST ^-Fjrt OR HURTT S 38067 Page 113 — - 

Declaration was mad^ in Kint; Ivilliam Coant/ Vir inia, 

vVest Ilartt, late of said count- bat now of oit;; of 

Ricijmond, Va , wno states he enlisted as a private in 

company of Ca,.t Kolt Ricnardson, afterwards Colonel 

Rie'hardson, m tne early part of tie Revolution, which 

was .art of the 7th Virginia regimant, Continental 

estatlishiTient . Tne regiment was at first commanded hv 

Col Dain^erf iled, he believes, and \im Nelson, the "a.jor 

fiat he foujht as a soldier in battles of -^rand-wine and 

G-ermantown, and served S yesTs in said rein:ent, t latthe 

affiant, t aen enlisted, whilst in Pennsylvania in a troop 

of Li,^ht Dra^iioons, under Gajt John Belfield, from the 

Northern neck of Va and served in tliat troop 3 .'-e'lrs. It 

was tlie 6th troop, 1st ret^iment of Light Drayooas, 

com:-:andeda t that time by Col Theoderick, with this troop 

joined the Southern Army in South Carolina. T'lat com.riarid 
devolved on Col Anthony ivalton V.'liite. This affiant was 
hon discharged at Haliifax North Carolina by Caot Belfieid 
or Col 'v.hite. after having served five years in al^ . 

After his discharge he served as a volunteer in 

t iC affair at Jamestown ana acted as an assistant to t e 
FRFT'^ O; ''ARTERIAL. STIR CrENEiJ\.L when tne French troops 
passed on tare King and Queen count./ to <viii.iamsbur , . 
Si 'ned x3 April 1618. By um Brockenbrough I'he above dated 

May 16, 1818 

In lo21 it was stated he had wi.'e about 8 & EO ears 

years of a e a.,d one son about age 14, and staids 
in need of t .e assista.ice of his country for sup ort . 
date a v.est :iurt, 83 April 1821. he was age 31 in 
1821. 



VIRCrllTIA SERVICE OF V/ILLIA^I HURT S 15472 fAGE 114 — - 

Page S continued: 

BeURBOil COTTNT^' KEUT "C.T lived tnere atout 3 years, then 
removed to AMIR COUIIT'" KY where he now resides. 

Affidavit of Solomon Prewitt in Ciomberland Go Ky 1834 
Feb 24, aje 87 states that in 1773 he became acq.uainted 
with Wui Hurt at Valley For^^e and continued an 

intimate aGq_uaintaiice v.ith him until H'urt was dischar ed 
tiiat when HuT't first came to Valley Forge, v^as in Gapt 
Commings com any, afterwards Caijt Roberts in Col Buford 
regiment in the Va state line, was with said Kurt at 
the battle of Monmouth in V/hich Battlesaid Hurt acted 
bravely and discharged his duty as a faithful soldier. 

Declaration made Feb 19 1834 in Ci-unberland Co Ky 
by George Henderson of said county age 73 states he Vi/as 
acquaintsd with Wm Hurt now a resident of Adair co Ey 
; that he enlisted in t e Revolution 1777 and in 177b 
he became acquainted with said Vm Hurt, who was then a 
private soldier in the Va state line, t.:at said T^urt 
was in Capt Commings company, a while afterwards in Cat 
Roberts co and in "-^ol Buford 's regiment, that while they 
stayed at Valley Forge he became acq_uainted with Hunt 
and continued until the battle of Monmouth at which 
battle Hurt was in this affiant saw him in said battle 
acting the part of a brave soldier. He o- ntinued to 
be acquainted "with Hurt until spring 1779, at wiiich 

time Hurt v^fas dischar, ed. 

AFFID.iVIT IN ADAIR CO KT by T'omas White of said 
county age 71, was acquainted with 'kvm Kurt of .-.dair Co 
and had been since 1779 in which Jiear he cai'iie to 

Bedford Co Va v;hei e this affiant then lived. -tiiat in 
1781 said Hurt was drafted for 3 months a; d was in the 
battle of Guilford 

AFF~D.7'T OF W'L^JAM HTRT in Adair Co Ky Feb 6 
1834- He wanted to correct some errors in a forner decla- 
ration, tiat he was put und r Ca;t Lambert at the Valey 
Forge, it should have been in the company formerly 
commanded by Capt oja-ibert, he feels confident that Lambert 
had left tne company before he was attac'ied to it. 

2rid it is stated t at tue vlhite Plains is 
in Hew -ork, it ought to be Hew Jersey. 3rd it is state 
that he entered at Bonbrook, and it ought to have been 
Middlebro k. HE STATED ^^ V/A<=: BORH IN CAROLINE C^^'^T"^ 
V:R">INIA 16 September 1757 and lived in Bedford Co Va 

when entering service and continued to live about ten 
years after his service. Tien moved to Ky , Bourbon Co, 
lived 3 ears tlien moved v^\ere he lives, (but it v/as 
Green Co) now ^.dair Co K . 

There vje^ e seveial affidavits. 



YIRG'TJIA SERVICE OF WIL^IA"! I-TJRT S 15473 Page 115 

DEC-.ARA.T^OF made in Adair Coanty KsiitaG:-^^ 1^33 April 2 a 
age 75 or 76? wuo ;;illiam Hurt a resident of said 

coanty, a^jlied under the Act of June 7, ld32 . 
States he enlisted 177d with Ga^t Alexander 
C'l-mmins and served I'i tli ret^iment of the Va line 
when he marched to headq_uarters at Valley Forge, Capt 
C.Lmmins resigned his commission and tnis a. licant was 
put under Capt Lambert. Said Capt Lambert was either 
removed or resigned and th^s deciaratnt was comn.anded 
by Capt Cyrus Lightfoot Roberts, who was under Col Lavis 
aud Col Bluford who v;ere comnaiiders of the re imerit. 
He marcaed from head q_.iarters at the Valley Forge to 
Monmouth New Jersey avid was in the battle of llonmouth- 
under >-^eneral Lee, and Gen Lee retreated and on his 
retreat was met by Gen Washington aud some words of 
considerable warmth ensued, after which Gen Washington 
advanced and made a End attack on tl;e British. Re 

then marcaed about frnm one place to anrther in N J 
and Z'enna, and then marc.ied to vVhite Plains Kew vork 
ad encamjed for sometime. He marched from there to 
Eonbro k New Jersey and tiercvtook q.uarters for the v/inter 
and in spring 1779, he was dischar^:ed at Bonbrook and left 
service but from v>(hom he received his discharge, he 
does not recollect. He was 12 months in said service 
from A,;ril 1775 to 1779. He was BOR]^^ 1757 t/ie 16th Scot 
He lived in Bedford Co Va, v>/hen he entered service and 
10? years after his service ende; , then removed to 



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VIRGINIA SERViCi . F ZACTIARIAH HURT Ai:]) FRiiiiCES R 5434 

Declaration made 1853 Ilarch 12, by George V'as-iington Hurt 
a resident of ,/ashington county Virginia, in behalf of 
himself and the other surviving children, apAied for anv 
pension that might have been due them on account of service 
of their fatiier; ZAC'-IARIAH HURT, who George Vashington ^^ i.r 
alleged was a Revolutionar' war pensi ner. 

In said claim it a.j ears that "'ac'iariah rlurt married 
June 8 1787 in Prince Edward County Virginia to Frances 
Mitchell. He died august 11, 1841, or Aug 11 1843 in 
V/ashington County Va, having lived there five /ears or more 
before his death and prior to that time he lived in 
VfYTIIE CO'HJTY VA. His widow Frances, died April 30 1845 
or A ril 30 lb45. 

In 1853 George h'asamgton Hurt stated tliat l^achariah 

and Frances Hurt left the following children; Berry , James; 

Rhoda, the v;ife of James Eastwood, Steven; Calvin; 

John; Mar ,ar.-t wife of "^eorge Felty; Mary wife of 

Templeton Baldv;in, Meredith and Georje v/.vShington Hurt. 

In same year, Meredith Hurt, brother of the soldier 

Zachariah Hurt, stated that his brother died leaving the 
following children; Washington, Frank, Stephen, Liberty, 
Ja les, John, Berr;. Peggy, Polly and Rhoda and tliat Frank 
and o^iberty had died since the death of their fater. 

There are no further data relative to the soldier's 
fam.ily and none wliateer in re ard to his service . 

The claim was not allowed as the records of t'-e 

Pension office did not show t at a claim for pension 
had ever been made by either Zachariah Hurt or his v.idow. 
and there was at t .at time no provision of law ander w^-'icli 
children of soldiers of tneRevolutionar war were e.ititled 
to pension. 



Virginia SEicrcT of wil^ a:i jackson w vs?? Page iiv-— 

And NX cry 

DECLARATI^lT made m BEDFORD 00^17'^-^ VIRGIN"^ A ?,y 
WIo^ Ij\:I JACiISi'^N, a free man of Color, a^e about 65 an reared 
on October term of court 18E5, states he enlisted as a 

regu-lar soldier in the Revolutionary war April or May 1730 or 
1781, at AlCIFRST COURT HOUSE VIRGINIA under Colo Kufrh Ros 

Rose, that he enlisted for and during the war and served 
nearly 3 years and until the close of the war. That he was 
attached to the first Vir^^inia re-jiment oifi Continental 
establishment under Colonel J^osey and under Col Feebecker 
and under General Au^t . Muhlenburg; that he was in no particula 
battles but was in the army as a private soldier during his 
enlistment and was in the army at Charleston at 

CUIIBERo^IID OLD COURT HO ZE IN VIRGIKIA and from there marched 
to iv'inchester Virginia and was there honorably dischar^^ed 
afterthe CLOSE OF T^TE v'AR. Tiat Charles Clay, now deceased 
late of Bedford County Virginia, had his discharge and carried 
it to Richmond Va sometime after the close of the war to 
draw his pay and never returned it. That he was a waiter 
for a few weeks during his enlistment for Capt Johnston 
and Lieutenant V.'m Trabue and to Adjutant ". m Eskridge. That 
he was on the 18th March 1818, a resident citizen of Bedford 
Co Va and has been a resident citizen of said county ever 
since the Revolutionary war; t-.at he has not since the passag 
passage of the Act of Congress of 18th March 1818 or of 

1st May ld2G, providing for tne Officers and soldiers of the 



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VIRGIWIA SERVICE OF WILLI A};[ JACKSON AFD ITICFy JACl'SOr W7877 
Page 2. 

Revolutionary war, sold, ained.; given away or otherwise 

disposed of in any manner any property, debts, or securities 

or contract in order to bring himself within the provisions 
within the said Act of Congress. That he hereby relinquished 
all claim to any person except those provided by the Act 
of Congress aforesa.d. That he made his first declaration 
in coLu^t of this county under Act aforesaid for purpose 
of becoming a pensioner in tlie month of Nov 18E2 -since 
that time he has depended on Y/m Cook of liberty, Bedford 
Co Va, to attend to his claim for him, ; that he has a wife 
named -a woman of color having living v;ith him age about 75 
a.id a niece of his said wife, age about 30, who has 
been for many years afflicted so as to disable him a grat 
degree from bodily labor, he believes from an attempt 

made years ago to f 

t at Doctor George Cabell late of & Lynchburg, who attended 
him as a physician for a length of time. Tiiat he needs tiie 
assistance of his country for sup-ort. 

Ke outlines a schedule of his 
pr op er ty . - 

— SEi'ARATE PAPER dated 1819 October 24, 
I do hereby certify that the bearer hereof William Jackson 
a black man unlisted in the Revolutionary war sometime 
in 1780 or 1781 and that when he was discharged on his 
return after the war, he was taken with the smal.. pox in 
this neighborhood and I attended him until he got wel 
which as well as I remember was sometime in 1783. 

signed PATRICK ROSS, (on the back 
of this separate paper, it showed NELSOT'^ COWITY to wit 
This day Colonel Patrick Rose made oath to the within 
certificate -given under m.y hand this 24 Nov 1319 

si ned V/m B Jacob.. 
- - - - another separate paper: dated : 

BEDFORD CO VA NOV 9, 1819. 
This is to certify that sometime in August or '^'eytember 
1783, William Jackson, a FREE IIAN OF COLOR, and a soldier 
in the Revolutionary war, came to my house and showed 
his discharge with a certificate of the balance of wages 
due him, vjhioh certificate I canried to Richmond and drew 
the balance due hiij as a soldier and left "I sup >ose 
with the .JTDITOR. signed E. Clay." 

Witness s to signature vjee Keston Harris and Cy or Squ 
B Clay. 

^^^ A^IOT'ER SEPARATE PAPER: • . showed V.'m Jackson died 
1820 April lOth 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF WI^-.IAM JACKSON aMD NIC^' JaCIZSOII 
PAGE 3; W787 7 

AFFIDAVIT BY SAJIUEL POINDIXTE:. in Bedford Co Va Feb 26 
1839 states he is age 71; that he has been acq.aainted wit; 
Vtfili.iam Jackson and Nioey Jackson his present widow 
whose maiden name was Nicy Hill, a free person of colour, 
ever since he was aboy, that he recollects wel^, at the 
said Poindexter v>/as first married, wh.-Ch was June 1789, that 
WiliiajTi Jackson and his present widow Nicy Jackson was then 
living together as man and wife, and legally married, 
and continued to live together until said Jackson died, that 
the," were raised in said county and was married in said 
county aiid his present widow still resides in said county.. 

Also affidavit of Nancy Hawkins in Bedford Co Va 
1839 March 13, states she is age 63. That she was 
known w'iliiam Jackson and wife Nicy Jackson, w lO was . x 
Nicy Hilx, free persons of color, ever since she was a smal 
girl, ; that she herseif was agout age 8 or 10, when 
they married, she thinks they were married by Dawson Clay 
of the established church at that time.- she believes they 
were married about 1783 or 1783. - she believes he died 
about Apr 10 1830. That Nicy Jackson has remained his widow 
ever since . 

DECLARATION :.ADE BY NICY JACKSON 1839 February S7 
in Bedford County Virginia, age 77, who applied underthe 
As't of July 7 1338. that she was legally married to Wil lam 
Jackson by Parson Clay of the Established Church in 1783 or 
1784, and in the summer time of the year, the year after he 
came home from service, and he enlisted to serve to end of 
Idas wsen: "" '. ' — ...,.._ T.- .-.. ' ^' ■ . -■ - --- 

A_so declaration was made b- Nicy Jackson 1843 
June 9 a^e bl at tiiat date, who applied under the ^^ct of 
congress March 31843 states she is widow of V/m Jackson 

who died in said county, a private of the Revolutionary 
war. and who at his death was receiving :^i;96 for per annum 
mder ACt of 1818, he being of the regular Va line, and 
that the annual amount of pension which she received 
under Act of July 7 1838, was $80 per annum from March 4 
1836 to 4 March 1841. 

also another separate paper made in Nelson Co Va; 

This dav Edward Masters personally apeared before Wm B 
Jacobs," a J P for said county states Wm Jac.son, a free man 
of color, served in the Revolutionary war with him for 
several months and was approved of a soldier, signed 24 Nov 
ldl9, signed Wm B S Jacobs.. ALSO ANfflTTR pajer: 

''T..is is to certify that the list in this office, 
Va ContineaLtal line, Revolutionary war, as settled their 
accounts, and reed certificates for balance of their full pay 
according to Act of Assembly Nov Session 1781, that 
certificate issued 4-7-1783 in name of ^m Jackson, soldier of 
infantr;.- for L44.0.0. signed Heath Auditor. 



YIRGINIA SERVICE OF V/ILi.IAM JACKSON S 1676 Page 120— 

DEC-ARAT"OF made in '.Vilson coanty Tennessee 1832 

September 28 by vVili-iara Jackson a^re 73 who ap lied under 

Act of June 7 1832. 

states he entered serv .ce 1776 or 1777 - that he was 

drafted ai'd went into Gap t Edward Spraker or Brooks. 

company of Vir^i^inia, that he was drafted for six months 

but was dischar£;ed at the end of 4 months; that during 

the 4 months- vjent from kviL^ington Roche's house 

m Amelia Co Va into Petersburg and - paper too dim to 

dim to read, bit mentions James River (and 3 more pages 

all blurred wxth ink, and not plain to be read) 

Statedhe was BORN in Amelia co Virginia 1758. 
Triat he lived in Amelia Co Va all the time Wiien he 
went to serv:.ce in the Revolutionary war.; that he was 
Wxth LaFa.vette, and Huhlenbarg a.d etc hard to read, 

T ;at persons in his neighbor od who are acquainted 
with him, was one Jas"?' or A.sa Jackosn J^ev V'm ::'■: te , ^e 
Elijah "acelo? Robert Campbel., James Tomkins . 

AFF^LAVIT OF 'TL^-AT.! JACKS^'^ JR '¥. V^LSON C" T""" ,. 
1832 Sept 25, states t .at sometime between 1776 and 1777 
he saw \m Jackson Sr, who is now an ao leant for oension 
under Act of June 7 ld32. on his wav to MIL_.I1TGT0N 
ROAC^^E'S in Amelia county Virginia Virginia, t.iie place of 
rendezvous to join the army as a soldier. Said Vm Jack- 
con Sr , and one Mark Jackson, stopped at this affiant's 
father's house on tieir way to j . in the army as aforesaid 
and the said Hark left his wife there t until his 
return, which is perhaps the reason tkaj: wh this affiant 
remembers it so well. After has always understood and 
never heard it disputed, that said Wm Jackson Sr did at 
t.attime perform a tour of duty and he does not doj.bt but 
that it was for the time stated in the declaration of the 
ap.jlioant. Affiant and the applicant were near neighbours 
and from his character and universal belief of the neighbors 
and h s own knowledge of c ire urns tanc es , he has no dou t 
tl'iat but he did servce as stated. Affoamt of ahe 69/ 

There was an affidavit made by V/m Martin, E 
Douglass, D C Hibbits? and Brittain Drake 
made in said court of Pieas and Q,uarter Session in 
'w'ilson Co Tenn, states tiieir opinion that v/m Jacoson Jr 
WiiO has been sv/orn as witness in behalf of Wm Jackson 'Pr . 
t .at his statements are true. 



MARYLiilll) 
PEimSYLViilJIA 



Pae;e 121--- 



AiJD VIRGIKIA SEii ICI OF Vt/ILx.IAM JACKSON S 38079 

Bounty land warrant 1791 for 100 acres 

DI:C-.ARAT:0N was made in Blount County Tennessee 1819 

June 28tli by V/illiam Jaohson who applied under the 

aot of March IB, 1818 

\m Jackson made application for Transfer from Loud 

Louderdale County Alabama. On June 13, 1837 he personally 

ap eared , that he formerly belonred to the ecmjany of 

Ca t Crane in Ca t Davies service of "T s 

was placed on rol± of East TeriUessee from whence he has 

lately removed, that he nov^/ resides in District or Territory 

of Alabama. The fol owing are his reasons for removed f 

from East Tennessee a^enc; to Decatur Agency, are 1st 

he was almost chared double -2nd bein^' about 40 miles 

distance and frm Deoator can always " get his pension 

sooner and wili have to pay no posta^-e. Signed "'m Jackson 

Separate paper fol ov;s: 
Blount Co Ten. June 12, 1822. I do hereby cer tfy that 
I ami well aGq_uainted with V/m Jackson a citizen of Fuount 
Co Ten,,, t at he presents himself to be in this declaration 

and have good reason to believe he did service in the 
Revolutionary war and stCo He enlisted under Capt 
Brown in Pennsylvania, which was my fat^:er's then lived 
and the oung at the time, ( inlc blurred) t at his uncle 
James Connors family and others of tlie neighbors 
t/iathe is convinced that he -believes he is idential. 

«»m Jackson was age 68 when he applied 1820 in Blount 
Co Tenn. States jhe served 1776 for 18 months 
under Capt Br wa. ad Col Miles regiment of Penna 
Continental establishment and was in battle of l^ong Island 
andtaken prisoner b the British and remained so until 

May 1779; that 1781 served under Capt Crain of Col 
Davis regiment, Virginia line and served faithfully until 
the close of the iievolutionar-' war and was dischar ed, 
shortly after he was discharged, he got his house and both 
disc lar :ed burnt. He has never receied any compensa 
-tion of his land bounty, he received pension under act of 
1818 



^■TARYxiAND : PENKSYo^VANIA AKD 

VIRGINIA SEii ICE OF '#Ii.^,IA:: JACKSOIJ S 38079 Page 122--- 

Pa£:e 2 continued: 

"le gave a schedule of his property, also 60 
50 acrSs of hilly land on which he states that --? are due an 
unpaid and he is illy unable to sup:)ort his family 
which consists of in his wife PEGGY age 56 very much 
debilitated. My son Lorenzo about 15 years of a^^e , 
and small of his age, J<nd not very healthy, which 
are the whole of his family, wworn to 3rd Aug 182' before 
!'on Sajnuel Powel, Judge of said court signed 

WIL-IaM JACKSON 
(the name of James Jackson is signed about 3 lines 
above his, with no explanation why. 

Another long declaration Vi/as made in Blount co Tenn 
1822 by William Jackson and which is blurred with ink 

Also a long declaration was mad 1822 in Blount Co Tenn 
by V/illiam Jackson 

Also states in 182^ one was made in Blount Co Tenn 
V/m Jackson then age 69. 

This last was mad-, before John McGhee a justice of 
tiie peace for Blount Co Tenn. 1821. 



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VIRGIIIIA SERVICE OF IVILLIA!: JACKSOT-T S 4431 Page 

DECLARATION V^AS HADE IN DAYIDSOIT CO^Pir^ TE^^ESSEE 1832 Oct 
19, hy j/iliiam Jackson, who applied under the fict of June 
? 1832. 

He states he entered ser/ice Bartholomew Baa.jh, some- 

t me in 17/9. And placed under Ga.^t Edmd Booker of AlIELIA 

COUIIT^^ VIRGINIA, where he had removed in early infancy 

-after enlistin^^ as aforesaid, the;- first marched to 

V/illiamshur^ h^' the wa.y of Petersb .r^j Va, when ti'.ev 

expected to f:nd the enemy, to vnt; '"overnor, the then 

-lovernor of Va, bat on wa.y and at a smili river, gxi 

Chickahomia, the; understood thct the enemy had took 

shippinj someibhere down about V/il x.iam.sbur, ; or Norfolk, 

beforj receiving this information one officer dismissed 

t '.em w_thout .^ivmng them any Vi/ritten dischar:3e, '■-e entered 

for 3 months, and served this tour at least one month&i^;. 

He states he WAS BORN March 10 1764 in PRINCE EDVJARD 
County . 

/ V"R INIA. . \ 

After his dischar ^e at Chicahomie he went hom.e to 

Amelia Go Va and entered a second time as a substitute 

for his uncle GEORGE BAHLDING, to guard horses for 

use of theUnited Ctates army. And served 3 motns . serve 

2 months only, under Ca^jt Pleasant Roberts.- after being 

disciiar ed v;as se.:t home and staid a.ntil spring 1780 

he entered a th^rd time as an substitute fcr one 

John Forrest, wlio v;as in t .e army there at Kilisboro 

North Carolina, and FORiiEST had a brother in law. living 

in the nei hborhood in Amelia Co Va, he was . induced 



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VIRGINIA SFK/ICT OF WIL-.IAI: JACIZSON S 4431 Page 

?a=;e 2- 

by the representatives of Forrest's Brother, in lav;, to 

take his plaoe in General Gate's Army, and for this 

propose he vjent to Hil^sboro North Carolina and arriaved 

there after t!ie army under his command had left the 

place, he direated his ste s after them and overtook 
them aoout 12 miles from the town, here he understood 
:iad been left at Hil sboro , he then went back to I-Iilsbor: 
and was placed in his stead. General Gates had ^eft behind 
at Hil ..sboro a company of militiamen with direction that 
t le shouxd ■' be sent down to Dan river to proc-ore grain 
for the array. He was one of this company, It was 
under the com.iand of Major Mazareto .^.fter performing t'ris 
duty, and returning to Hilj-sboro and some short distance 
frum Hillsboro, the heard of thedefeat of ^eneral Gates 
at Camden, S C. After he returned to Hillsboro and 
was there a sh rt time he got a furlough or leave 
of abseuce from Col Munnford permitting him to go home for a 
short time. He v^as taken sick on his wa-- and could not 
return at the ap 'ointed time, his fat:'er then went to 
Col Greene, (Col of Amelia county) and got his 
fiTloagh renewed, at the end of which time his term of 
w months had expired. He frequently saw General Gates at 
Hillsboro, after his defeat at Camden, he came baci to 
this place. He also saw general Stevens, Col Richardson 
officers of en lates Arr.iy . he served about 2 mo tiis 

His 4th tour v;as also as a substitute for 
Richard Forgerson, 1781, for 3 montlis .under Capt Al.en 
of Prince Edward Co Va, from where t le-; marched to Morben 
Hil_s on James River, v;here the American Army was station- 
ed under Gen LaFayette -thence marched to Richniond Va, 
tnence to Hew Castle where the-- remained a few weeks , 
from ther to Ruffin Ferr on Pamonkev river = 

He v;as living in Va at the end of tie war, 
from thence removed to North Carolina and lived 2 -'ears 
and from theri.; removed to Tennessee, and has resided here 
ever since, over 36 years. His neighbors are in Davidson 
Co lenn, ..m Saunders, Esq.. Timothy Dodson, Eli Cherrv, Col 
E H Foster, \/m Lytle of the Senate of State Legislature, 
HE IS ALSO lHTOv\n:i TO '^EI'ERAL AHDREV/ JACKSON in whose 
neighborhood he reside§ (no relationship was stated). 

AFFID^iVTT OF WI JACKSON Senior in Davidson Co lenn 
1832 Oct 19, states his cousin V/m Jackson Jr. has this 
da made declaration to obtain pension . That they lived 
in same noi- hborho ..d in Amelia Co Va, wece both in service 
together, but under different officers. He is age 74. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF ROBERT PATTEI-^OII S 51903 Page 125 

It ay ears from the pension olaim S 31903 that 
Robert Patterson was BORIJ January 27, 1763 in AUG'TSTA 
COIIITY VIRGINIA. 

V/hile a resident of Aui^usta Co Va he enlisted in 
the fall, of 1780 aud served 3 months as a private 
in Capt jatrick Buchanan's Vir^iiinia company 

:ie enlisted 1781 served 3 months as a orivate in 
Ca )t Thomas Smith's company, Col George Moffitt's 
Vir^'inia regiment and was at the battle of Guilford court 
House . 

After the Revolution he moved to Abbeville District, 
South Carolina, thence to Morgan county, Georgia, thence 
to Newton county Georgia and thence to DeKalb county 
Georgia where he v;as allowed pension on his a.j lication 
executed March 17 1834, 

There is no data on file as to his family. 

Several persons writing to the Pension De.iartment were 
in 1926, a I.Irs B B Hanna, Vlasverville , North Carolina 
-and Louise Patterson 147 ii,'oodland Ave, Lexington Ky 
and G B Harris of Jackson Tennessee. 



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VIRrrlNIA SEV/ICE of ROBERT PATTERSOII S 31903 page 126--- 

It ap gars from the papers in the hevolutionar / war 
pension claim o 31903 that Rotiert Patterson was LORTT 
January 27 1753 in Aa^^asta Country Virginia, 

while a resident of Au^^usta Co Ya he enlisted in tlie 
Fal.. of 17csO and served 3 months as a private in Capt 
Patricic 3'j.Ghanan's Va company. 

•le enlisted 1781 sered 3 months as a private in 
CaptThomas .'jnith's company, Col Cle r-je Moffitt's 
Va reginent and was at the battle of Guilford Court 
"ouse. 

After tl:e Revolution he moved to Abbeville District 
South Carolina, thence to Mor^-an County G-eorgia, thence 
to Ilevi/ton Co Creor^jia and tlience to DeKalb Count y Geor^jia 
where he was allowed pension on his ap lication executed 
I larch 17 1834. 

T.iere is no data on file as to his familv. 



YIRvrlNIA SERVICE OF YEL^/ERTOW PAYTON S 31291 Page 127 

Yelverton _ayton was BOR]}I Nov 25, 1755 in Amherst 
county Va, but tne names of his parents are not iven. 

He enlisted July or Aa^: 1777, place not stated and 
served 30 da; s as pri ate under Ca:.' t Joseph Renfro's Va 
Va company. rie movec. to Iv^' in ti.e spring of 1779 and 
from May 1779 served on frequent tours a^^amst the Indians 
guarded t;ie forts and as an Indian Spry in Caot John 
Kennedy's, Andrew Kincaid and S Dav^s com^;anies, Co- Eenjamir 
Logan's regiment and served until close of 1782, amountin, 
in alj. to 2 years. He was in the battle of PICI'CAWA 

on tne Big Jliami . 

In 17b6 Yelvert-:^:. Payton was in a campaign ajainst the 
Indians, under -^eneraj. -benjamin Logan. 

"e was allowed pension ii-ug 27 1332, while 
residing in I.IADISOIT COlTlir." KY. He signed his na le 
"Yelverton i ay ton". 

T.iere are no data on file relative to his 
family. . 



WAR OF Id 12 

VIRGINIA SEIWIGE OF CrlLBEKT PILkSON OR PINSON Page 128-- 

SO 16522 SG 17183 

B unty lancl warrant 40587 for 40 acres in 1850 and Wt 

24873 for 120 acres in 1855. 

He was aprivate under Capt Labney Collier in the 
Virginia militia. 

DECLARATION made ^n Cleaveland county North Carolina 
Feb 17 1851 by Gilbert Pinson age 56, a resident of said coun 
that he was a privee m company of Ca^;t A Colxier under 
Col Scott. a_ e 56, a resident of Cleveland Go N G 
under C„l So tt and Gol Burns and G-en Camblan . 

That he was drafted in August lbl4 in Mecklenb-urg Co Va 
for term of 3 months and went into actual service 1st Sept 
ldl4, and served 3 months and discharged at Powels creek 
^in tne county of Goorge Co 

Prince/ Va 1st Dec 1814. 
Tuat his certificate of discnarge has been misplaced or 
lost so that he can ot find it, He makes this declaration 
to obtain bounty land. ; tnat he was living in Mecklenburg 
Co Va and was drafted and went in actual service Sent 1, 
1814 under x Cat A Collier's company undr Col Scott 
and Colonel Burns under ^en Camblin and honorably 
discharged 1st Dec 1814 -.^t Prince "^eorge Co Va at Gamp 
Jonel? T.-is last was in an affidavit of Malberry Bowen 

T e soldier Gilbert Pmsion age 77 in 1871 in 
Cleveland Gc North Carolina. He signed Gilbert Pinson 
states he was honorably disoarged at Camp Powns? Creek 
Va Dec 1, 1814. 



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VIRGINIA^ SERVICE OP THE REVOLUTIONARV WAR OF P^ge 129 

JOHN PREEMAi; AND REBECCA PENSION NlI/LBER W 9437 
In Laurel county Kent"' cky Declaration for pension was made 
by John Freeman, age 69 of November 4, 1833, stating he 
entered service as a private soldier in December 1780 in the 
Revolutionary war, having been drafted in CULPErPSR COUNTY 
VIRGINIA for 2 months ard v;as in the regiment coirjnaded by 
Colonel Hill in the battalion commanded by I^ajor David Jameson 
who was detached with the battallion from the rep;iment and 
marched from. Ciilpeppei' Confitrhouse to Hunter's forge on the 
RAPPIHANNOCK RIVER IN STAFFORD COUNTY VA near the town of 
Falmouth to guard the for-e from, the enemy. He was in the 
company commanded by Capt William Staunton who gave him his 
disoharp-e for a tour of 2 months dut . He v;as again drafted 
in May 1778 for 2 months and was in the regiment commanded 
b Colonel Alcock, who marched from Culj:epper court house to 
V'/illiamsburr and relieved a regiment which was then out and 
joined the army there. They marched up the country through 
Hanover co-int;^^, Caroline, Spottsylvania , Orange and lnt'"> 
Culperper, then through Orange, Albemarle and through Fluvania 
where General Wayne joined with h s command from the north. 
He was discharged at Burwel^'s Ferry on James river. General 
Stephens commanded the brigade. In Aug 1778 another regim.ent 
v;as drafted in the same county for 2 months, commanded by 
Colonel Jarres Pendleton. Volunteers for the service were 
asked to 12:0 on horseback. Ho volunteered in a com/any command- 
ed by Lieut John Early and \'^!&3 attached to Col Pendleton to 
march from Culpepper court house to Williamsburg. Lieutenant 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF o'OHN FREEMN AND REBECCA W9437 Page 
Page 2 continued; 130- 

Early's command was detached fron the regiment and was placed 
at different places above Yorktown and kept as spies there 
about 3 days after the surrender of Cornwallis and then was 
d^scharr-ed. He got his discharge at Mountjoy about 30 miles 
ab o ve Y^r kt own . 

He states t^^Pt he was BORN in Fauquire count"'- Va March 15, 
1764. He moved ft'om Virginia to Kent cky 1794. 

David Weaver, Clergyman, made oath in Laurel county Ky on 
February 3^ 1834, that he is well acquainted with John Freeman 
an'' to his belief in his statements. 

On Jan 27 1844 Rebecca Freeman, resident of LAUREL COUNTY KY 
a-^e 70 made declaration that htr husband died Feb 5, 1341. She 
further stated that they v;ere married March 15, 1791. That 
they mo- ed from Va to JESSAMINE COUNTY KENT CIvY where they 
resided for 2 or 3 years then moved to Laurel county Ky, where 
they lived until his death, which occurred on Feb 5, 1841. 

IN Bi^URBON COUNTY KY Jsn 6, 1844 before Samuel Allison, J P 

Tabltha Chovming appeared and m.ade declaration that she is age 

Rebecca ' s 
73. That '. name before marriage was was Rebecca Reed. Thet 

she and John Freeman wore married in the srr'ne- of 179''. 

The-- raised a family of children. 

In Fa--ette Co Ky Scot 25, 1844 Nathan Freem.an, :cade 
affidavit that sometime in 1792,, John Freeman Jr, then of 
Culpepper Co Va v/as married to Rebecca Reed of C^lpepper Co Va. 

On June 6 1844, Fayette Mauzy, clerk of court of C Ipepper 
Co Va made certification of a copy of the marriage bond en file 



Page 

131 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOM AND REBECCA FREEMAN V. . _• 
page 3 continued: W9437 

In his office for marriap-e of Rebecca Reed to John Freenan. 

Jolin Freeman Junior and Philip Lifchtfoot were on the bond on 

March 13, 1792. Rebecca Reed was the davrhter of John Reed, 

a clerg^yman . 

John Freeman of Laurel Co Ky v;ho was a pri ate in the comran 
of Capt StaiAnton of the re "iment commanded by Col Hill in the 
Va line for 6 months was inscribed on the pension roll of the 
Ky a-^ency to co.-m.ence March 4 1836. Certificate of the pension 
was issued May 15, 1845. 

Rebecca Freeman, widov; of John Freeman was inscribed on the 
pension list of the Ky ar-ency to commence 4th March 1848. 
On Feb 19, 1849 the pension certificate was sent to W H Randall 
in London, Ky. 

There is on file a letter to J L Edwards, commissioner of 
pensions in Washington, D C from LEVI JACKSON, OF LONDON 
KEi'TT CI<Y, stating that Rebecca Freem.an died February 22 1848. 
That she received a widow's pension until March 4, 1847. The 
letter was written for information as to who v/as entitled to 
receive the arrears of the pension. 



Pep-e 132. 
Vl/AR OP 1812 

VIRG NIA SERVICE OF JOIH'I TAYLOR MID POLLY OR LIARY AlIN TAl'LOR 
OLD WAR WIDOW 6234 bounty land warra tints rejected 
173124, for 50 acres aiid wt 28749 for 160 acres, 1855 

He served under Captains Tabb and Pars-n of the Va 
militia. 

A letter m t'le file Julian I,: Aujcier First Nati nal Bank 
Buildffing in Pikeville, Kj dated April 7 1939 
The Pension Commissioner answered him on that date stating 

Reference is made to your letter in which you stste that 
your ancestor John Taylor, a soldier of the war of 1812 lived 
in the vicinity of Logan Go Va and Pi^-e Go Ky and that he 
married Mary Varnoy. 

The data vitiich follow are ghov/n in the claim on file under 
Old War V/idow file No 6234 based -ipon service and death in a 
service of John Taylor in that war. 

Jolin Taylor of CABELl. COUNTY VIRGINIA (later Logan Co Va) 
enlisted 9 -7-1814, served as private in Capt Tabb^s and 
rarson'a com anies, 4th re.^^iment of Va militia, and died 
in the hospital in NORPOLV VA DEC 9 1814, while in service. 

n account of servi.ce of this John Taylor in the ¥;ar of 
1812, and his death in service, Polly (Mary Ann) Ta'-lor, his 
v/idow, was ali.owed five years' half pay. 

John Taylor married April 12 1804 in Monroe Co Va, to 
Polly Varner or Varney, they were married by Rev Jo/n Wisemai 
V/iseman of Monroe Go Va. The names of her parents were not 
stated. One Alexander Varney, v/ho resided in Logan Co Va 
1855, stated that he was present at that marriage, he signed 
his name Varney and referred to said Polly as Pol-y Varney. 

No relationsliip betv/een them was stated. John Taylor 
and his wife moved from i.ionroe Co Va to Cabel: Co sometime be 
before tzie war of 1812. 

Polly Taylor the soldier's widow was allowed pension on 
account of his service in the v/ar of 1312 on her ap."lication 
executed Liarch 30 1353, at which time she was age 71 -date 
and place of her birth were not stated. She resided then 
in Logan Co Va. Polly Taylor was allowed 160 acres of 
bounty land under the Act of March 3 1855, on account of 
her husband's service in the war of 1812 » She n.ado applica- 
tion for this bounty land April 13 1855, at which time she 
resided in said Lo :an Co. V/arrant No 28749 was issued for 
this land. She made af.Cidavit 1855 in Pike Go Ky, v/hich 
was near the border line of Logan Co Va . Her son-in-law 
ALY SMITH was present then, but did not state t".e name of 

his wife = 

The names of the children of John Taylor, the 
soldier, and his wife Polly and their ajes in 1853, v/ere 
given as follows: Jane, age 49, William age 45, Harriet 
age 43, Charlotte a e 42 , I.iatilda born Feb 1814 age 39 
and one son John, who was born April 13 1809, had i-een dead 
about ten years. 



?e3:e 133 - 

VIRGINIA SERVICL; OF JOIJII TAILOR AMD POLLY OR MARY AIIK TAYLOR 

OLD 7/AR WIDOW No 6234 bounty lane 
v/arranto No 173124 rejected and N 28749 for 160 acres 1855 » 
Page 2 . 

In 1855 one Cyrus Taylor resided in Logan Co Va and wade 

joint afflda £t with Aly Siuith, referred to above, in behalf 

of roily Taylor, soldier's widow, no relationship between 

said Gyrus and the soldier's family v/as stnted. 

If the reader desires information in regard to the 

location of the land which was granted on account of service 

of John Taylor in the war of 1812, they should address the 

COMMISSIONER, GE'iERAL L/uH^ OFFICE,. WASHINGTON D G and furnish 

that official the fol owing data; Warrant No 28749 for 160 

acres, under Act of March 3 1855. 

In order to obtain date of last .ayment of pension 

-name and address of person paid, and oosslbly tae date of 

death of this pensioner^ you should address The Comptr-jller 

General, General iiccour.tin Office,, vVashln-ton D C and cite 

the following data: 

Polly (alias Ji.ary /mn) Taylor, widow of Jolin 

Taylor certificate No 2695 issued Nov 16, 1853, at rate 

of $3o50 per month, convnenced Feb 3, 1353^ Act of Feb 3,1853 

Virginia Agency (y/HEELING).. 



VIRGINIA SERVICI OF ISAAC STRATTON S 38396 ^^EQ 134 

DECLARATION in January 82 1822 by Isaac Stratton 

in TAZEwL^. . CO'H^IT Vli'^rllTIA aje 67, a resident of said 

Goanty _ in t i -: 13th Judicia? " _ Circait in said state 

st ites he enlisted in tlie revolution on continental 
establishment in .JPOTRST CO~t"'T'' VA under Doctor V''ilGox who 
volunteered his service as a captain and after ards, havin-^ 
enlisted his full company) he refused to march and he 
was then transferred to the company commanded by Ca:)t 
John Overton in t le 14th Va re^'inent commanded- by Col 
V»'m Davis, his enlistment was in I77o and was m^ched to 
Vai.ley For.^e m .Pennsylvania where he joined " the G-rand 
Army. T lat he was at the battle of Monmouth , at the 
stroming of Paulus Hook, when andwhere 300 men or over 
were taken prisoners bvthe American army, he was on detach- 
ment at the storming of Paulus riook, under Major -^ee, he 
was at the storming of stony point , after that he served 
4 months under Col Morgan and was generally, on the Br-if 
lines and after t e expiration of 4 months under Col Morgar 
he joined his 14th Va reg-.ment, that he served 2 ears 
and 6 months from his fj.rst enlistment until he was 
discaar edat Fredericksburg Va by Col Davis and that he mad,G 
his original declaLration before the passing of tije ^ct of 
foregoing providing for persons enga^^ed in land and naval 
service of the tj s in the Revolution, passed Mar 18,1818 
that he has been inscribed on the pension list of roll 
of the Virginia agency IIo 15,310, that he was a reside: t 
of the US on the 18 March 1818. aud has not disposed of 
his property. T :at he lives on rented land and not 
able to plough without pain, in his right leg and thigh, 
t .at his family consists of a sickly wife, age betveen 
65- and 70, taathe has 3 dau^ihters living with him and 
t hey are s.^^ over 21 years of age and out for 
t ^emselves . 

Another affidavit or declaration was made by him 
in Tazewell Go Va 1819 Aug 24th, at that time he was age 
65. 'le stated he enlisted for 2 years and 6 months 
in 1777 in Amherst Co Va under Capt John Overton. in 
a regiment coramanded by Ca ,it or Col Wm Davis in the ^^b. 
l..ne, continental establishment. - was discharged at 
Fredericksb'urg Va, was in the battles of Monmouth -at 
t le taking of Stony Point, Fort, and at storming of 
Paulus '■-look, . 

affidavit of John i^aird, V.'n Ta lor, John v.ynn, 
T ios Harrison J ? Tazewell Co Va,; the: state Isaac" 
Stratton did serve in the- Kevolutionar war. 



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INDEX TO VOLU' E #34 VIRGINIA 

ABBEVILLE, S C 126-125 

ABINGDON VIRGINIA 80-90 

ADAIR, COUNTY KY 12 -114 

itDA?,:S, GEOREE 86 

Adams, Hugh 17 

ADKINS, MARTHA 22 

AERY, M/^R^ART^T 23 

ALEEMARIE COUNTY VA 57 
74-71— 64-51-76--73- 
76--107--48--54--49-41 
39__36--50-25- 

ALBERT, THOT/I>iS 101 

Catharine 101 

William 101 

ALBRIGHT, POLLY 111 

Alexander, Joseph 40 

ALEXANDRIA 58 

ALMOND, JOHN 92 

John F 92 

ALLEN, CHARLES C 70 

ALLEY, POLLY 104 

ALLISON, SATilUEL 130 

A'-ELIA CO VA 111, 120,123 

AMHERST CO VA 127-94- 17 
9--134 

AMBROSE CHURCH 93 
Morgan co Va 

ANTRIM IRELAND 39 



Page 135 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

ANDERSON, GL/iIBORNE 89 

ANDERSON, CLAIBORH 89 

ANDERSON, CO KY 104 

ART.-ETT, ARCHIBALD OR 
ARCHIBALD D. & FRANCES L 
PAGE 2"' 

Arnett, David page 1 

/irmstrong, Miss 64 

Ashton, Iowa 30 

Ashury West Va 23 

AUGUSTA CO VA 125 (125) -101 
126-39 

AUSTIN, HETOY LIEUT 25 

AUXIER, JULIAN M 132 

Ayres, John 54 

Avis, Mary linn 107 

BEVINS, JOHN 95 

BEVEL, JOEL 74 

Ballow, Thomas, Col 54 

Etcher, Mary 43 

BALIMMORE I\m 10 -17 

" BVttle 105 
BAGBY, JOHl^ 66 

BALDWIN, TEMPLETON 116 

Mary 116 
BAYLEY, JOHN 66 
Ballard, W H 101 
Barren, Co Ky 1 
Baugh, Bartholomew 123 



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INDEX TO VOLTO^ #34 VIRGINIA 

BAGBY, Jno R 66 

BEDFORD CO VA 114-118—8- 
7_ 8--9--94--117--91- 

-19--112--94-108- 
Becker, Ednond Cart 123 

BELMONT CO OHIO 16 

Be If ie Id, John 113 

Berkeley Srr'n^^s, W Va 93 

Berkley Co Va 93 

Berry, Francis 46 

Betts , Charles Cs pt 33 

BIG ISLAND, VA 94 

Big Island, Bedford Co Va 94 

Big Hlami 127 

BLACMffiL'" , THOMAS 84 

Black, V/illiam 40 

ELriT'JD, THE OR ODER I CK 85 

BLACK 

BLADENSBTJRG MARYLAlvT) 18 

BIEDSOE, ANTHOl'TY 86 

Isaac 86 

Blount Co Alabama 4"! 

Blount Co Tenn 121 
Boone sboro Ky 86 
Boon, -eorge 59 

Daniel 86 
Bourbon co Ky 114 

Bowling Green Missouri 91 

BOTTOMS BRIDGE 91 Va 

Botetourt Co Va 23 



Page 136 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

BOTETOURT CO VA 41 

BONBROOK NEW JERSEY 115 

Bowyer, Thomas 112 

Bowling Green Missouri 91 

B curb on Co liy 130 

Boyd, Col Waller 24 

BRANCH, ELIZABETH 13 

Branch, Jonathan 13 

Prandywine battle 113 

Brandon, Hotel 102 

Basic S City 102 

Brand^Twine battle 36 

Breathitt co Ky 56 -55 

Breckenridge Co Ky 7 

Bridge, Gauley 106 

BROCKENBROU' H, WA 113 

BROILES, MICH 36 

Broadnax, Edward Capt 6 

Brown, Courtney 67 

Br wn. Col John 47 

Brunswick Co Va 97-98 

BUCHANAN, CAPT PATRICK 125 
& 126 

Buckhannan, V'/est '"a 93 

BUCKINGH/^M CO VA 38-111 
court house burned p54-13 

BUCHANAN CO MtsSOURI 30 



INDEX TO VOLUME #34 VIRGINIA 
BUCK, THO?ms 47 
Burdine, Ezekiel 88 

Henrjr D 88 
BURGESS, RICHARD 5 
Burgoyne's Troops 39 

" Army 74 
Butcher, John 46 
Bryan, Rebecca M 90 

GACKEN, NANCY 68 

CAMDEN, SALLV W 9 
CAfTDEK S C 124-112-51-49 
Canphell, Mary 13 

Campbel', Arthur 87 

Colonel 112 
CAT'^P, a W 88 

CA^EL.c., GL'ORGE 118 

Cabell CO Va 52 

CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD 4 

Patrick 4 

C. 1 
Robert 4 

William 4 

Richard Col 49 

CaKipbell, Co Ga 22 

David 90 
Robert 120 

CALDWEL- , AITOREW 88 

Callison, Charles 12 
William C 12 



Page 137 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

CARGIL, JOHN 43 

Carter, Camp 13 

Carr, Frank 51CAPER, JUDAH C 
OR JUDY 25 

Cofer, Judah or Judy 25 

CARROL", MIL^Y OR MILIEY 49 

CABELL CC'NT'Y VA 132 

Carter, Cainp 38 

CARTER, LA VINA 27 

George 27 

Caroline County Va 57 
110--129-114 

Carrollton, Ohio 107 

Carr, Richard 87 

Cartv;ell, James 78 

Caswell Co N C 28 

Gavins, Thomas 16 

Chandlor, Nancy 31 

CH/\RLES CITY COURT HOUSE 
VA 108 

Charleston S C 14 
Charlton, Janes 104 
Charlottesville, Va 25 
Chappie, Julia Ann 37 
Cherokee Indians 26-4 
C^TiLDS, JOHN MINISTER 3 
CHESTNUT HIL PENNA 60 



INDEX TO V Lm.ffi 34, VIRGINIA 
CLAY, COUNTY MISSOURI 26 

Laws on 119 

Parson 119 

Charles 117 

C'^AlBOREiii, JOHN H 97 

CIARK, THOJvI/iS 34 

James T 92 
CLEMONS, RHODA 55 

CLEVELAI-ID SE CO N C 128 

demons, Rhoda 55 

Cleveland, Peter or Porter, 
Rev 40 

Clinton Co Ky 53 

Cook or Cocke, Nathaniel 6 

C0CY:E CO TENN 26 

Cook, Wm 118 

Colum-bia Ky 12 

Col Ten, Mary 59 

ColMer, Da nev Caot 128 

Colley, Thoiffls 29 

CONNELL, JEFF R 5 

Conner, Elder Lewis 44 

COriEES, James 120 

Connell, Francis 5 

Cooper Co Missouri 107 

CONNEL^, WM 5 

Mary 5 



Pa,e:e 138 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

CONMLI, FRANK PACE 5 

Elizabeth 5 

Robert 5 

John 5 

?/al^er 5 

Lueresy 5 

James 5 

Stephen 5 

Sarah 5 

Mi"' "I ah 5' 
J 

CORWWALLIS, S^JRREFDER 130 
36 

Covey, Samuel 4 

Crockett, Hu;-h 41 

Cranev, Island Va 2 

Crickett, Kill Va 68 

Craig Co Va 77 

CRDMffiLL, TO'! 29 

Cox, Mary C 6 

CULPEPiER CO VA 83-84-80 
129- -107-129— 36-70 

CUT'fBERLAND OLD COiJRT HO'^SE VA 
117- 

CUMMINS, ALEX;i>IDI3^ 115 

CUNNAP-IN, SANDY 78 
Capt TM 

CUI.IBERLAND GAP VA u: IvY 89 

CURD, JOHN 57 
CUIffiSRIiiND CO VA 63- 
CUMBARLA^T) CO KY 114 
CUNNINGHAM, ALEXANDER JR 28 



INDEX TO VOLOTffi 34, VIRGINIA 

DAVIS, Charles 9 

John 94 

S 127 

Dawson, Martin 51 

DAVIDSON CO TENl' 123 

DAHI^-^S, NICHOI^'vS 3 

DACUS, CRITTY 6 

Eliza I 6 

Emily C 6 

Sarah E 6 

J-^hn 1 6 

Dacus, Nathaniel 6 -79 

Elizabeth 6 

William 6 

Mrs Critty 79 

DAVIS, V/M 134 

DEBELL, J HN 99 

DEAKINS, LEON/JtD 60 

DECATL^ COUNTY AL^^BAM 12 

DEK.'.LB CO GA 126 

Dekalh Co Ga 125 -22 

D:'^BELT,, JOHN 102 

Deneale, James 58 

DEWITT, JOHN 91 

Dickinson, Edmund 88 
Mary 88 

" C W L 90 



Page 139 
PENSION ABSTRiiCTS: 



DICKINSON, COL 91 
Col Vl/m 7 
Bartlett 8 
Sall^- 8 
Isaac 89 
Nancy 89 
Hezekaih 7 
Frances McGeorge 7 
Samuel 88 

Will iam 88 
Cadweller Lewis 90 
Rebecca M 90 
Dickins, Regt 91 
DTLIARD, THOr/I/.S 63 

Ann 65 
DTNWIDDIE CO VA 97 
DOUGLASS, B 120 
Eleanor 34 
SaUy J 34 
DODSON, JOANNAH 44 
Doak, John 37 
DRAKE, J.-Uj-RGARET 70 
Duddentdjn, Comfort Capt 4 
DUNCaN, ViESIEY L 9 

Susan 9 
DURNE, NICHOLAS 3 
Duval, Joseph P 101 



INDEX TO VOL 34 VIRGINIA 

DYER, FRANCIS 97 

James 96 

Hugh 96 

John 96 

Johnathan 96 

Elizabeth 96 

Charles 96 

EARY, MARGARET 23 

Earley, Ellas T 31 

Eastwood, Rhoda 116 

Jati^es 116 

EDWARDS, J L 131 

E dtiiund s , Ellas 46 

Edmunds on, v/m Capt 4 

Eldrldge R 54 

Elinore , Jo n 10 

Elizabeth A 10 

Elizavllle, Ky 31 

Ellicott Iviills Md 102-99 

Ellicott's old field Va 

Elliott, James Capt 87 

Emanue 1 , Morr is 15 

Eplck, Nathan 45 

Eskridge, Wm 1^7 

Essex, Co Va SS 69 

ETJTAVif SPRINGS S G 49-19 
112-hattle 112, 72 



Paf?;e 



140 



PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

EVANS; DUDLEY 45 

FAIRFAX CO VA 16-16-31- 

3-17—102- 18—59-58-100 
Payette co Va 105 

Payette Co Ky 130 - 58 

Farmwell, Station Va 10 

Falmouth Va 129 

Faulkner C J 32 

Farquire, Co Va 70 

FEBECfER, COL .1"I7 

Felty, Margaret 116 

George 116 
Ferguson, Richard 124 
Figgins, Daniel 46 
Fincastle, Va 12 
Fitzpatrick, Lorey 76 

Massa 29 

Fitzgerald, John 97-110 

Flagg, I E 105 

Fleming Co Ky 31 

g]_ Flowers, Joel 13 -12 

Elizabeth 13 and 12 

Floyd, Co Indiana 29 

Floyd, Co Va 109 

Flood, V/m. 13 

Flore or Florow? James 12 

Mary 12 
PLOR^., ABIJAH 11 

John 11 Robert 11 



INDEX TO VOLm/EE 34, VIRaiNIA 
PLU^'ANNA CO VA 54-76 
Fort Washington 60 
Fort Meigs Ohio 45 

Fort Lee 60 

Port Pitt Pa 16 

Fort Nelson Va. 31 

Forest City Arkansas 67 

Forsythe Co Ga 22 

Forrest, John 123 

Fontaine, Wm 48 

Pouch, Unthank 55 

Preemon, Col Constant 90 

Franklin Co Va 109 

Franklin Co Tenn 41 

Franklin Co Ky 84 

Franklin Co Illinois p 81 

Prazier, Daniel 87 

Prazer, John 86 

Freeman, Nathan 130 

Fredericksbiarf- 'a 134 

FREEMAN, JOHN 131 

Rebecca 129-131 

Free land, Y/m Capt 38 

FrederickshiirE': Va 71 
Frederickstown, Maryland 59 
Freder-'Ck Co Va 46 

French, Broad river 4 



Pae-e 141 
PENSION /abstracts : 

FRENCH QUARTER ASTER GE ERI 
113 

Pugate, Zach 55 

GARNER, MRY 32 

GANNAWAY, JOHN 54 

Gates, Gen Army 124 

Garden, Alexander 14 

Garden, Alester 14 

GEORGE, JESSE 16 

S 

Georgetown, Battle 72 

Georgetown, D C 99 

George, Jesse 15 

George, ?/m Capt 16 

Germantown Battle 113 

George 5 Monroe 15 

Gibbes, Wilmot S 14 

Gibson, Thonias 88 

Gilpson, Pegg 108 

Gibson, Thomas 88 

Gilmer, Wm Rev 10 

Gillespie, I J m 

Ed^'th Ann 94 
Tarleton 94 

Giles, Co Va 77 

GIVENS, ALEXANDER lOl 
Goochland, Co Va 63-57 
Gwinnett, Co Ga 22 



IFDEX T^ VOLIJM 34, VIRGINIA 

GRATNER CO TEKN 80 

Graham, V/m 81 

Graham, George 100 

Grayson, Wm 39 

Gray, J P 7 

Greene Co N C 26 

Greene, General 14 

Greenhrlar Co Va 23 

Greenville Dist S C 22-6 

Green, Wm Capt 74 

Green, Wm 8 

Greene Co Tenn 36 

Greene, Gen 36 

Greene Co Ga 35 

Greencastle Indiana 107 

Greenville '^ C 79 

Greenwood, Lydia 69 

GrlggsvilTe, Illinois 50 

GUNl^LL, HENRY 102 

Allen 102 

GIJKNELL, JOHN 20- 19-18- 
Hugh 18 

Wm 102 

Elizabeth 102 -18 

James S 99 
He lien M 99 



Page 142 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

GTJNNEI. T.^ HE'MRY 102 

Presley 102 

William 21-22 

Martha 22 

George W 17 

Emraaline 17 

Nathaniel 101 

Catharine 101 

George W 17 

Hulda 22 

Wm H 17 

Corhen 19 

Benjamin 22 

John 100 

G'^^ILFORD GQTTRT HOUSE 125- 
51--60 -49- 

Gullford battle 111 

GUERNSEY CO OHIO 45 

Guest, Job 99 

Rev M E Chuxch 99 

Guilford battle 126 

HARRIS, WM PI 

HiiMPSHIRE CO VA 11 

HAMPTON VA 8 

HANOVER CO VA '129 

HARRIS, IfflSTON ITS 

" Wm 91 



INDEX TO VOLUP.ffi 34, VIRCflNIii 
HAWS, Green Col 51 
KARRIS, ROBERT 50 
Harrison, Charles 97 
Hanger, John 37 
Hampton, 39 
Hawliins, Elijah 37 
Hackley, Telitha 96 
Haley, Nancy 105 
Hanover, Co Va 41 
Haynes, Drewry 109 
Hayv;ood, Co Term 110 
Hart, Martin H 104 
Hardy, Spicey 54 
HiiRT, MARY 24 
Harris, Charles 27 
Halifax Co Va 27 
Halifax Court House Va 27 
Hampshire Co Va 105 
Harrison Co Va 46 
Hanna, R B or B B 125 
Halifax N G 113 
Harris, Jno 76 
Harrodsburg Ky 86 
H/iRRIS, JOH>T CAPT 73 
Halifax Co Va 78 



Page 143 
PENSION iJ?;STRACTS: 

HARREL, MARY E 78 
HARRISON, THOS 134 
Hanson, Wm 23 

Margaret 23 
HART, AARON 104 

i^olly 104 

Harston, Robert 109 

Hanson, John 103 

Haisllp or Haslur, Robert 
24 

Mary 24 

Hawkins, Nancy 119 

HELMANTALLO, MARY BisRBARY 12 
12 

Henry Go Missotiri J 105 

Henry Co a 35 

Henry Co Ga 22 

Henry, Elizabeth Vi/renn 102 

Henry Co Tenn 112 

Henderson , '''eorge 114 

Heard, Jesse Capt 35 

Heath, Janes 82 

Herring, James 25 

Judy 25 

Hewitt, J 94 Gapt 91 

Hanover Go Va 129 

HILLSBORO N C 123-112 



INDEX TO VOLUT/EE 34, VIRGINIA 
HILT, JOHN ? 105 

Nicv 119 

Mary 107 

Willard 107 

Wm 107 

Hill, Dr John 107 
109- 106 

Sarah H 106 

John or John a 108 

John 107 
Mary 107 

Highland c" Ohio 47 

Hiwassee town 87 

Hitter, Win N 2 Re\-erend 

Hopkins, :Vm Gapt 108 

Hopkins , Wm 7 

Honaker, Marv 88 

Holland, Thoras 26 

Holmes Isaac 74 

Holston, River 86 

Hoskins, i^afred 7 

Holston 4 

Hood, Jesse 13 

Hoskin, Erastus 16 

Huntsvllle Alabama 34 

Huhbard, Mary 96 



Fae;e 
144 

PENSION ABSTRACTS: 
HUNT, REASIN 31 
Hunt, R L 27 
HUNT, JA''ES A C 28 

Mary 32 
Hudsonvi' e, Ky 7 
Hunt on, John 73 
Hustona, fort 86 
Humes, Jno 90 
HURT, WEST R H^TRTT 113 

George 116 

Meredith 116 

Berry 116 

Jares 116 
Rhoda 116 

Calvin 116 

John 116 

Marp;aret 116 

Georre Wash 116 
Washington 116 
Frances 116 
Frank 116 
Zachariah 116 

Martin 111 

Stephen 116 

K Libert • 116 

Jaines 116 

John 116 

Berry 116 



INDEX TO VOLUME 34, VIRGINIA 
HTTRT, Peggy 116 

Polly 116 

Mary 110 or Mary S 110 

Francis 111 

Margaret 111 

Bar net 1-1 

Munford 33 

Will 115 

benjamin 110 

Mary S 110 

JaiTies 112 

Hurst, Nancy 96 
IRWIN, KATHARINE 60 
Hutcherson, John 111 
IRVINS, PARSON 76 
Jamison, Davis 110 

Jacks "'H Ky 56 

Jacobs, Austin 96 

Jackson, Levi 131 
of London Ky 131 

Jai'^estown Va 5 

Jackson, James 122 

Jaiiies river 120 

Jameson, David 129 

Jackson, Asa 120 

General Andrew 124 

Jackson, Wm 117-121-120-122 
123-124 

Nicy 117 
Mark 120 



Page 145 
='ENSI0N ABSTRACTS 

JACOBS, BENNIT 96 

Austin 96 
Wm B 118 
JAMESTOWN, APPAIR 113 
Jasper Co Ga 83 
JEFFERSON CO TEN"" 4 -S3 
Jeff res, Thomas K 33 
Jenkins, Mar-' 35 

Jesse 35 

Francas A 35 

John R 35 

Mar- 35 

Sally B 35 

Polly W 35 

Lewisa 35 

''"aha la 35 
Jennings, Mary 91 

Edmond 91 

John 91 

Mary 91 

B A 91 

Polly 91 

John H 91 
Jessam.ine Co Ky 130 
Johns, Dianiaha 53 

Capt Wm 61 



IKDuX TO VOLU:Di' 34 VIRGINIA 

Johnston, A R 64 

Jones, Dianr.a 66 

Vfa M 66 

Jcuett, Robert Ca-,t 75 

EANA\raA CO VA 106 

I\EN1TEDV, JOHN CA:-T 127 

Kemp, Ge ^vp-e "Y Sf< 

relsev, Selah G 91 

Kelsey, S G 91 

IffiLiY, ELIPHAU'^T 4 

ICemp, Geor-'^-e V>/ 38 

Klncaid, Andrew 127 

King, and Queen Co 66 

King Wn Co Va 42 

113 

Kingman, Arizona 93 

Kings Br^'dr-e N Y 60 

Kiger, Sarah 106 

Kirkpatri.ck Cart 36 

Kindle, George 36 

King Wm Go Va 113 

Kindle, Wt" 36 

lOJOX CO KY 41 , 89. 69 

Knox Co Tenn 63 

Koontz, John 88 

Pirummel, V/tr. 30 

Kjrle, Robert Cart 23 

LAPCAST5R CO VA 15 



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LAUREL CO KY 129 
Lawrence co Ala 67 
Langham, I-iary 66 

El-'zabeth 102 
Lancaster Co ronna 47 
Lane y 5 Fanny 82 
Laycock, Thomas 62 
"^-ack. Folly Ann 38 
"^aPorte, Co Indiana 52 
Jiangs ter, Javr.es 53 
laFayette, L'arquis 53 
Lax, Wvn 38 
LaFayette 120 
I.amb, A J 54 
Lawrence D;ist SC 22 
Langster, Jay/es 31 
LaFayette, Marqnis 1 
Laird, John 134 
Laller, nar, Teefer 12 
Lance ster; D\st S C 5 
Lexington Ky 125 
Lebanon Va 88 
Le-el, Green Va 77 
Leake, Mark 76 
Leesbnrg Va 32 
Lexington, Indiana 104 



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INDEX TO VOLUME 34 PENSION 
LEWIS, WILLIAM 51 

G Sm^th 7 
Lee, General 115 
Leesburg, Wm 16 
Lewis, Wn Capt 51 
Leesburg Va 10 
Lebanon, V 30 
Lewis, Wm 48 
Lee Count 3^ Va 53 
Lewis, Fanny 83 

Thomas R2 
Lew^ s , Warner 57 

Charles L 48 
Lee 5 CO Va 89 
Lee's Legion 14 Va line 14 
X Lewis, Nicholas 50 
Lightfoot, Cyrus 115 

Philip 131 
Liberty Va 112 
Lindsay, Reuben 39 
Lipscomb, Reuben 42 
Linton, John Capt 19 
Little York Va 3 
Logan Count V Va 132 
Logan, Ben"8m^'n 127 
London Ky 131 



ABSTRACTS : 



LONG ISLAND OF HOLST N 86 

Lonf^, fhilip 110 

Loudoun Co Va 16-46--32- 
60-10 

Louderdale Co Alabama 131 

Louisa Co Va 1-2- 

Luckett, John 60 

Luddenton, Henry Col 4 

Lunenbur- Co Va 33 

Lunenburg Go Va 97-5--6 

Lutheran Congre :ation 37 

Lj^nchburg Va 9-118 

Lynch, Charles Colonel 41 

Lyon, John 10 

Mason, James 93- 

Madison Co Ky 127 

34 
Mackall, xHelen M 99 

Mad ox, John 97 

Marshall, J w 102 

Macken, Nancy 68 

MadLick Ky 13 

Macelo, Elijah 120 

Far tin, Wm 120 

T'farks, John Capt 49 

lv:ar shall, Wm 89 

Mauzy, Fayette 130 



INDEX TO VDU?,:E 34, VIRGINIA 
MASON, GEORGE 17 

James 93 
Martin, Wm 87 

Br ice 86 

John 86 

Josenh 86 
Martin, Hudson Capt 73 
Mathews, County Va 68 
Marshall, Wm 89 
Maryland, 26 
McTaggert, Margaret 111 

Philip 111 

McCowan, Mathews Capt 106 

McGhee, John 122 

J P in Blount Co Tenn 
page 122 

McCord, Samuel 40 

McC-eorge, W E 42 
William 42 
Elizabeth 42 

Frances 7 

McDowell Gen Williamson 81 

McLaurence, J M 54 

Meed, Joel Capt 4 

McQueen, J Honorable 5 

Meed, Joe ' Capt 4 

Merrlwether, Thomas 16 

Mecklenberg Co Va 128-74 



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PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

MIDDLETON, DAVID 44 

V/m 44Middlebrook, Nev; 
Jersey 98 

Middleton, John 46 

Eleanor 46 

Arthiir 43 
George 43 

Benj 43 

Aubin 43 

Basil 43 

Mary 43 

Jacob 45 

Isaac 44 

Joanna 44 

Jacob 45 

Mary 45 

John 47 

]"fltchell. Prances 116 

Milton CO Ga 22 

Miller, A D 64 

Minor, George 3 -103 
Georp:e Col 18 

Mill, Broadus 44 

Moccason, Greek 86 

MO ONE Y, PATSY 48 

Martin 48 

Robert 48 
Montap-ue, ' hilip 69 



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INDEX TO VOLUME 34, VTOGINIA 

Mobtln Hill 1 

Ho one y, Martin 48 

Moore, Jeremiah 102 

Mooney, Richard 49 

Milly 49 
Moffltt, George 125 
Monmouth 115-J14 
Monongahalia Go Va 45 
Mohave Co Arizona 93 
Monroe, Nellie 70 

Monroe Co Indiana 107 
Monroe Co Va 12 
Morgan Co W Va 93 
Morgan Co Ohio 16 
Morgan station Va 52 
M rp-antown Va 45 
Morgan Co W Va 93 - 
Morgan Co Ga 125 
M nroe Co Va 132 
Moseley, Driiry 98 

Milly 98 
Morris, Nathaniel G 57 
-rOZINGO, Berryman 70 

Elizabeth 70 

Frances 70 



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MOZINGO, BURDETT 70 

Nellie 70 

Jane 70 

James 70 

James 70 

James G 70 

Wardelett 70 
Mount, Humphrey 4 
Mooney, Richard 49 

Anderson 49 

John 49 

Thomas 49 

:latsy 49 
Mount joy, 130 
Monroe Co Ky 13 
Muh^enburg 120 
Mvinday, Jonathan 50 
Murray, v/m Capt 97 
Munday Samuel S 51 
Muhlenburg, Aug 117 
Myers, John Capt 12 
Napier, Vta ? 57 

John 54 

Spicey 54 

Micajah or McCager 56 
Rhoda 55-56 



INDEX TO VOLiriE 34, VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS 



-apie 150 



Niki'IER OR NAP.-ER, Isaac 53 

Elizabeth 53 

Napier, Champa ^ on pa^^e 12 

Napier, George 56 

Neal, Jeremiah 55 

Nelson, 1/Vm 113 

Nelson Co Va 119-118 

Nancem nd Co Va 62 

New Kent Co Va 84 

Newton, Wm H 92 

New Bloom.fielcl Penra 64 

New Orleans Battle 30 

Nev/ton Co Ga 22 

NINETY SIX DIST S C 51 
Battle 112-81-49 

Nolan or Nolen, Ezekiel 60 

Noel, James M 54 

Noland, Matthew 58 

Nolands Ferry 58 

% No land or Now land. Ferry 74 

Nowlen, James or Nowlln 61 

Ursula 61 

Norfolk Va 12-88--132 
-67-132--31--90--88— 27- 
12-53-34 

Norfleet, John 62 

OCCQUAN VA 58 

OGLESBY, ELISHA 86 



Osceola Co-unt- Iowa 30 

Oglesby J H 87 

Orange ^o Va 25. 72-92--129 

Osborne, Josiah 23 

Owsley Co Ky 56 

Overton, John 134 

Osborne, Josiah 23 

Patterson, Robert 125 

Patrick Co Va 61 

Parker, Richard E 69 

Pate, Phebe 83 

Patterson, Robert 126 

Patterson, Louise 25 

Pauldin-, Georp-e 123 

Pa e C- Va 44 

Paperville, Tenn 90 

Payne, John 30 

Pe jt on or 

Payton, Yelverton 127 

Petersburg Va 120 

123 -43-85-19-33 
Pendleton, Philir, 24 

Perry Co K;eTL5636 

x-each Orchard Va 38 
near Norfolk 

Pendleton, James 129 

Perry Co Ky 55 

Pickawa- , battle 127 

Pie-eon Hill Tovm 59 



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VOLUTtE No 34, VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRA TS 
■ ike, Co I,!issouri 91- 
Fike Co Georgia 35 
Pikeville, Ky 132 



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PRINCE WILLIAM CO VA 31 

44 
Prewitt, Solomon 114 



Philadelphia 59 

British army marched 
out of ]-hlIa 5 

Pittsylvania Co Va 26-27-28 

_ leasant Grove Va 33 

Pike Co Illinois 30 

Pierce, Jeremiah Capt 26 



Pulaski Co Ky 89 

Pulaski Co Ky 62 -89 

Rappahannock Co Va 70 

" river 129 
Ramsey, Major 58 

Ray Co '' issouri 101 

Randal, i7 H 131 

Redfrrd Co Va 91 



Pinson or Pierson, Gilbert 128 Reed, John Rev 131 



Pittsylvania Co Va 34 
Pittsylvania Co Va 65 
Pittsbi^rgh Pa 47-20-16 
Pollock, L'latthew 75 
■"ollard, Thomas 58 
Poindexter, Nicholas I Ca t 2 p 
Porter, George 37 
Poweshiek, Co Iowa 30 



Rebecca 131 

Reeves, Brewer 62 

Renfro, Josej.^h Capt 127 
41 

Ratli 

Ratclnffe, Lucy 17 

amsey , Susan 9-BenJ 9 
Eliza 9 

Renn, James 58 



POWELL, JOHN 17, 

Walter 100 

Pontotoc Co Misslssip,:i 

Portsmouth Va 67 

Prince Edward Co Va 124 

Prince Edward Co Va 116 
123-63 
Ill- 
Prince Georg Co Va 128 
43 



67 



Richmond Va 109 -94-92-91 
113 , -7-25--30-66-38- 

Richardson, Holt 42-113 

Richardson, P "/ 17-100 

Ringgold Va 28 

Rice, Thomas 22 

Roggers, Wade 101 

Rockingham. Co Va 82 

Robinson, Nancy 89 
ivbsolom 89 



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IimEX TO VOLU^tE 34, VIRGINIA ri^MSIOW .-.PSTR.iCTS ; 

Robison, i.bsolor.: &9 RJSSEL7-„ CO V.. 88 

nancy 89 50—43188- 



Robertson, John T 33 
Roberts, rleasart 125 
Rockbridge Co Va 48 
Rockfi.eld, Ohio 16 
Roche, \¥:llington 120 
Roainey Va 105 
Rose, Elizabeth Ann 10 
Rose, GeDr.Te 10 

Elizabeth 10 
Rose, Robert 66 

Hugh 117 
Ross, Co Ohio 11 
Ross, i-ptriclc 118 

Ross , General killed 105 

Saint Jose oh Co Iiissourl 
Riicker, John D 93 30 

Ruckesley's Greek 93 Sage, Sarnrjson 89 

R-ussell, Jane 64 Savanrah Ga 22 

Alexander 64 Sanders, David 89 

Elizabeth 64 SCOTT CO "NDIAIIA 104 

29 
Hathew 64 Sc'-itt^vil e Va 54 

J nn 64 Sewe'', ^•e-^r-e 55 

Wm 64 Seven mile ford 29 Va 

Jar.e^s 64 Settle, Bet tie 70 

Rutherford Go N C 31 SHACI\ELFORD, SEA:;..rR 68 

Nancy 63 
Rucker, J^hn D 94 I^eonard 66 

Diana 66 



29 
Russell, Win 64 

El-i zabeth 64 

V/m G colonel 43 

Geor-e 98 
Rutherford, Mary 35 
Sa^^lor, Catharine 101 
Saunders, V/'-n 124 
Sadler, r^llzaoeth 111 
Saint Francis Co ^-^rk, 67 
Sanders, David 89 
Sa^-e, Sar.i-^son 89 
Savannah Battle 83 
Sangster, Jaires 31 



INDEX TO VOLITI'S; 34 VIR'-IKIA PENSION 
SHACKLEFORD, Win 70 

Frances 70 
Shackelford, Joseph 67 

Josephus 67 
Shackelford, SatterwhJ. te 67 

Courtney Ann 67 

Mar- are t 70 

John 65 
Lydla 69 

Ann 65 
Warner 69 
Shepherds fort 16 

Sheppard, Joseph p 71 

Shenandoah Co Va 47 

Sh2"'ader, George D 94 

Shelby Co Ky 104 

Sherman, Wm 16 

Shryock, Mary C 10 

Shrader, Daniel 94 

Simpson Co Ky 7S 

Simpson Va 109 

Sievert, Scott Mrs 93 

SI'ITH, DArTET, MAJOR 86 

Smith;, Co Tenn 86 -98-38 

" Wm Ensign 86 

"Horace 30 

Thomas 126 
"Temple 99 

Capt W 90- 
Vl^m 92 



Pa-e 153 
ABSTRACTS : 

SOiVEERSET KY 89 
SNOW, RICHARD p 73 

Jolin 72 

Mar y 72 

Jane 72 

Luc inda 72 

Nancy or Raney 72 

Early 72 

SNOWDEN IRON WORKS 102 

Spinner, Richard 74-75 

SfOTT SYLVAN lA CO VA 65 

Spotsylvania Co Va 129 

-24 

Spraker, Edward 120 

3 pur lock, Burwell 52 

Sivert, Alice Scott 93 

Stone, Wm C 12 

Stanley, S. Billy ? 
84 

Stanton, ?/m 84 

Stephens Jolin B 32 
Stafford Co Va 66-129 
Stevers, John B 32 
Stone, Wn: 53 
Staixnton Va 53-104 
Stone, battle 49 
Stewart, Loyd 105 



INDEX TO VOLUr/IE 34, VIRGINIA 

STRATTON, ISAAC 134 

Strange, David 76 

Elizabeth 76 

Strother, French 82 

Staunton, Wm 129 

Strong, Elijah 101 

Stubble fie Id, John 84 

Stuart, Polly 110 

Suddenton, Cornfort Ca-t 4 

Sullivan Co Tenn 90 

Sumaer Co Tenn 87 

Sutherland, Daniel 88 

Sutler, John 3 

Catharine 3 

Sutherland, Daniel 88 

Sussex Co Va 43 

Syler, John 108 

Taylor, Twnshipva? 92 
Township . . 92 
Catharine 3 

Francis Catharine 72 

Charlotte 132 

Jane 132 

Harriet 132 

John 132 

Matilda 132 



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PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

TAYLOR, WMllam 132 

John 132,133,-77-78 

John B 78 
Mary 77 

Mary E 78 

Mary Ann 132 

Mary or Polly 132,133 

78 

Martha 78 

Hugh H 78 

Mathias 77 

Mllly 78 

William 78 

Susan 78 

Robert 78 

Sal ''y 78 

Thomas M 7'' 
Lllis 7b 

S B 76 
Taylor township Va 92 
Tazewell co Va 134 
Thompson, Henry 89 

Sally 8 
Thomas, B 77 

Mary 77 
Thomas Wm R 37 
T'ppecanoe, Battle 107 



INDP]X TO VOLTP.iE 34, VIRGINIA 
Terry, '.Vn T12 
TelMco, 67 
Teefer, Mary 12 
Topeka Ardency 91 

Tompkins, James 120 

9 

Trlpapoo, Elizabeth 93 

Trunnell, Elizabeth 18 

Treadway, Wm M 61 

Trammell, Elizabeth 18 

Trice, Frances L 2 

True Blue 14 

Tuscarwas Co Oh'o 45 
Upshur, Randoloh 93 
VALIEY FOR^E 115, 134 

^^ance, J-^hn 90 

Varner, Polly or Marv 132 

Varney , Alexander 132 

Mary 132 
Vaughn, Elizabeth 96 
Veale, Charles 10 
Vianna Va 17-18 
WADE, DAVID 9 -79 

Sarah 6- 79 

V^fAIDE, L P 5 

Waller, Joseph 45 
John 65 
Wm 45 



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PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

WALKER, JONATHAN H 19 

Wallace, John 71 

Walker, Joseph T 15 
Wash D C Atty 

Walker, Joseph 54 

Walker, Svlvanus 6 

Ward, Mary B Helmantal^o 12 

Warner, 

Warren Co Tenn 41 

Warring, Wm 69 

Ward, Wm 41 

Waring, Wm L 69 

Washington, Lieut Col 19 

V;fashington Co Va 86-80-29 
104-86--4 — 90— 116 

Vi/ashmgton, Col ?/m 19 

Washington's house 58 

Washington D c 5 

Washington Co Tenn 26-36 

Watson, David 7 

John 51 

Waugh, Alexander 91 

Polly 91 

P E 94 

Jp me s 93 

P E 94 

Gowry 92 



INDEX TO VOLUlviE 3^, VIRGINIA 
WAUGH, RODERICK 94 

Editha Ann 94 

H Roy 93 

Roy 93 
We stimnjsr eland Co Fen'^a 19 
y/eberiek, Edward 70 
Webster, James 45 
Weaver, David 130 
WHEELING, VIRGINIA 47 
Wheelin.e; Va 16 
Wh-.it e Co Tenn 53 
White, Anthony 113 

Walton 113 

Lucy 68 

Plains New York 114 
White Plains 6"' 
White sides, W^n 78 
Whitesell's Mill 41 
Wolfe Co Ky 55 
WHITE, Marsh 59 
V- lie oxen, Rezln Caot 13 
V/llliarrson, Eliza A 28 

Georpe 23 
V/ilcoxon, Capt R 18 
Wilkinson, Thomas 32 
Williamsburg Va 97-6 -1- 



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PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

WILLIAMSBURG VA 129-16- 
108-123-74 

Wilson Co Tenn 120- 

Wilson, Dianna 66 

Williams, Ira 17 

Winchester, Ma 41,117,16 

V/inn, W C 33 

L C 33 

Wins, Leorge 59 

Wiseheart, Wm 7 

Woodson, Tucker 71 

Wolfe Co Ky 55 

Woodstock Va 47 

Woodford Co Ky 35 

Wooding, Thos H 44 

Wood, Solomon 40 

Woods, Wm 51 

V/ren, James 58 

Wright, Susan 92 

Wythe County Va 63-116 
37 

Wynn, John 134 

Vuythe county V:Lrginia 37 

YANCEY, PHIIELION 84 

Yancey, Robert S3 

YANCEY, AMBROSE 80 

Fanny 82 

Frances 82 



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IITOEX TO VOLUJffi 34, VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

YANCEY, LAYTON 82 

Fanny or Frances 82 

Yancey, Robert 84-85 

Yancey, Lewis 83 

Phebe 83 

YORKTOVvN, SIEHE 35 

84-39 
Yorktown 130 

YOUNG, EJ/IELAINE 17 or 
Emma line 17 

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